JOIN THE WAITING LIST

If you want to arrive to a 100 or 50 m2 reserved area for your camp, Get A Place is the thing for you.

At Get A Place you must bring your own tent and pitch it yourself, but we’ll make sure that a space is reserved for your camp until Sunday 26 June at 16:00. After that the camping area will be open for the rest of the festival-goers and they are welcome to use any unused space, including that on your pre-booked Get A Place.

Get A Place deposit
When you buy a Get A Place, you’ll have to pay a deposit of DKK 1000. The deposit will be refunded when your spot is clean and your tent is packed down and taken home (or handed in at the reception of the area).

Buy together, stay together
If you and your friends want to camp next to each other, buy your Get A Places as part of the same order.

If that’s not possible, fill in this form after purchase with your names, e-mails and tickets order numbers and we will do what we can to help. Deadline: 1 June.

Arrival and access to the area
You don’t need a special wristband to enter the Get A Place campsite. Everyone with a regular festival wristband has access, but the area is reserved for you until Sunday 26 June at 16:00.

Get A Place L
  • Price: DKK 2500 + fee
  • Deposit: DKK 1000
  • Size: Up to 25 festival-goers (10 x 10 m)
  • Location: East (see map)
  • Opening date: Saturday 25 June at 16:00
  • Reservation ends: Sunday 26 June at 16:00
Get A Place S
  • Price: DKK 1250 + fee
  • Deposit: DKK 1000
  • Size: Up to 12 festival-goers (5 x 10 m)
  • Location: East (see map)
  • Opening date: Saturday 25 June at 16:00
  • Reservation ends: Sunday 26 June at 16:00
Let’s keep Roskilde green


When we’re living together at Roskilde Festival, we need to keep our community fantastic. This also means that we need to take care of our beautiful festival grounds. We want to break with the throw-away culture. The green future of the planet is our joint responsibility.

When you actively reduce, sort and recycle before, during and after Roskilde Festival, you’re making a huge difference.

  • Reduce means to bring as little as possible from home.
  • Sort means that you help keep the festival clean by sorting your waste.
  • Recycle means that you take your stuff home and use it again.

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