Militracks Postponed to 14 & 15 May 2022
After the Dutch government declared Friday, August 13th, that it would not announce the next possible lift of Covid restrictions until Friday, September 17, 2021, we and the Militracks production team have extensively discussed the options to organise Militracks in a responsible way on September 25-26. However, an event with about 7,500 visitors a day who, in addition to visiting the militaria fair, also mainly come to see the driving program, is in our opinion not feasible within the current rules. This means that the 11th edition of Militracks will be postponed to 14-15 May 2022. We find this extremely annoying, but we ask for understanding for this decision.
Your purchased tickets will remain valid for these new dates, so do not delete your email with tickets. The tickets can therefore simply be scanned if you visit the event in May 2022. If you are unable to attend on Saturday 14 or Sunday 15 May, it is possible to refund your ticket (s) until 1 November 2021. You will receive an e-mail from Eventix within a few days with an explanation of how to request a refund.
If there are any questions regarding the above, you can send them by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Welcome at the greatest event worldwide on German WWII vehicles on May 14-15, 2022!
During the Militracks weekend, there are German motorcycles, passenger cars, trucks, half-tracks and armoured vehicles on display that were predominantly in service of the Wehrmacht. German vehicle technology at that time was in many cases qualitatively better than that of the Allies. At Militracks, it is demonstrated – and some cases literally – how that technology worked. The vehicles are also not just set up in static displays, but driven around on the special, kilometre-and-a-half trail on the museum grounds. It is also possible to ride along. You can buy tickets for that on the grounds themselves. And furthermore, during Militracks we also will be hosting Tracks and Trade, a new event organised by BAIV company!
The online presale of entrance tickets starts now! Remaining tickets will be sold at the entrance during the event. In case the event is sold out, we will report that here on our website. For more information please give us a call (+31 478 641250) or send us an email (email@example.com).
We'd like to inform you that wearing German WWII uniforms and helmets is totally forbidden at Militracks. This also applies, of course, for wearing Nazi-symbols in any form.
For your own safety
Please stay behind fences and always follow directions of our staff. You visit Militracks and the War Museum Overloon at your own risk. This applies also to riding along in a military vehicle. Museum, drivers and Militracks-staff and museum-staff are not liable for accidents, injuries and/or any other damage.
Enjoy a beautiful, safe day!