Though some folks head back to a warm hotel bed in Prague each night, the majority of Let It Roll Open Air guests camp overnight at the airfield. A standard camp pass will get you into the campgrounds for under €20; more luxurious options include a pre-pitched tent and the choice to stay at the "comfort camp" with free luxury toilets and showers. Either way, there's a lot to love about camping at Let It Roll – including a bar that never stops serving drinks!
The Chill Dome
Undoubtedly the most luxurious and unique setup available in the campgrounds, the so-called Chill Dome is a pretty sweet option if you have seven friends to share it with. The eight-person pre-pitched tent comes with a wooden floor, seating, a table, mattresses, pillows, and inner lighting to keep the party going well past 6 am.
Once inside the festival, fans with Platinum Terrace admission can check out the action from VIP areas complete with comfy sofas and drink service. Not a bad way to beat the heat and take a break from the crowds.
Let It Roll Open Air is just a quick ride from Prague via train or bus. Trains from the city leave every 30 minutes from Masarykovo nádraží station (Prague) to the festival (Milovice; district Nymburk). The festival also runs a shuttle to and from the city.
Let It Roll doesn't sell single-day tickets for the summer festival, so plan ahead to make sure you can stay for all three days. Fans who live locally and know they'll need another shot of drum and bass in the winter can purchase tickets for the summer and winter editions as part of a combo package.