PRACTICAL INFO

Last updated 15 June 2021

The following practical information applies to Summer Days, which is presented by Roskilde Festival and takes place 24-27 June and 1-4 July 2021.

If you have any questions, please contact us on info@roskilde-festival.dk

 

If you have a ticket for the 'day slot' the festival site is open from 12:00 to 17:00, and if you have a ticket for the 'evening slot' the festival site is open from 17:30 to 22:30.

The Summer Days festival site is open twice a day, depending on whether you have a ticket for daytime shows or in the evening. For daytime shows, the festival site opens at 12:00 and closes again at 17:00. For evening shows, the festival site opens at 17:30 and closes again at 22:30.

We have two entrances. Your ticket shows which entrance you have to use. There can be a queue at the entrances. We recommend that you keep a distance to your fellow festival-goers.

Upon arrival, please present your corona pass according to normal corona pass guidelines (see sundhed.dk for more info). Next, you show your ticket, which will be scanned, and then you can enter the festival site.

For safety reasons, staff may choose to do a body search.

Please note: You can't leave the festival site and reenter at a later point. Based on the guidelines of the Ministry of Culture Denmark, we do this to minimise the risk of people being mixed across sections.

You are not allowed to bring your own food and beverages to the festival site. We refer to our food stall and bar.

When you leave the area, we ask you not to stop on your way out. We recommend that you leave the area completely to reduce the risk of infection across sections.

Be careful to keep a distance to others on your way out.

Please note: You can't leave the festival site and reenter at a later point. Based on the guidelines of the Ministry of Culture Denmark, we do this to minimise the risk of people being mixed across sections.

Normally, when we’re conducting Roskilde Festival, you get a wristband when accessing the site. However, we are doing things differently this year. The wristband we are offering this year is a ‘donation wristband’. So, the wristband is not proof of access, it's a symbol of the festival and of your generosity. The wristband is made in collaboration with Wood Wood and is part of a collection you can buy at Summer Days. Your payment goes in full to support future Roskilde Festivals. Thanks in advance.

See the wristband here

There is no lower age limit to attend Summer Days. However, we recommend that children under the age of 15 are accompanied by a responsible adult. 

We accept payment via all common debit cards. Because of the general recommendations during COVID-19, we do not receive cash.

When you buy your ticket, you choose which day(s) you want to purchase access to. Several days are divided into two slots: day (12-17) and evening (17:30-22:30).

It is not possible to purchase a full festival ticket that covers the full period but you are welcome to buy tickets to all the days (and time slots) you want.

The festival site is physically divided into sections according to the current health and safety restrictions for live events. We have two sections with 500 people in each, with one section closest to the stage and one at the back. That’s why you will see a price difference on the tickets.

All events are for a standing audience. This means that you can freely move about, and it’s optional if you want to wear a face mask.

You can buy refreshments at the bar. Here we sell beer, drinks, water and soft drinks. It will also be possible to buy coffee on site. Please note: You must be over 18 years of age to buy alcoholic beverages.

It is not allowed to bring your own drinks.

Our concerts are for a standing audience. In addition, everyone if free to move about in their own section. The Danish Ministry of Health recommends that you keep a distance of minimum 1 meter. But it is to be expected that people will be close at the concerts. It is always possible to step away if you do not want to stand close.

We recommend that you have a great experience at the concerts and that you show the necessary consideration for each other.

We will allow the audience movements that the music calls for. We don't allow crowd surfing.

Remember that you are also responsible for your own safety and for those around you. Also remember that there are many people who may not have been at concerts for a long time, so we all have a shared responsibility to create a safe event.

We sell food on site at reasonable prices.

It is not allowed to bring your own food.

We have hand sanitizer at the entrances and at the food stall. We recommend that you also bring your own hand sanitizer.

At our toilets there are sinks with soap so you can always wash your hands.

We have a cleaning plan and provide continuous cleaning of all surfaces. 

It is not allowed to change or exchange sections with someone else.

The audience is divided into sections according to the current restrictions at live events. In each section it is possible to buy food and beverages and to use the toilet.

We have two sections with 500 people in each, with one section closest to the stage and one at the back. That’s why you will see a price difference on the tickets.

All events are for a standing audience. This means that you can freely move about, and it’s optional if you want to wear a face mask.

It is not allowed to change or exchange sections with someone else.

Service and safety hosts are present at the festival site. They're here for you so do contact them if you're in doubt about anything.

Trains go to and from Roskilde Station on an ongoing basis. From here you can walk towards the festival site or take the bus. Use journeyplanner.dk to plan your trip.

If you are on a bicycle, we provide a parking area outside the festival site.

If you come by car, parking is possible right outside the festival site on Darupvej.

If you’re using a GPS, enter 'Darupvej 19, Roskilde' as your destination.

Toilets are installed in all sections. There is also a sink with soap so you can wash your hands.

At Summer Days, it is optional if you want to wear a face mask.

We pass along the general advice and recommendations from the Danish Health Authority:  

  • Always cough and sneeze in your sleeve 
  • Wash your hands often or use hand sanitizer 
  • Keep a distance to other people 
  • If you have any symptoms of COVID-19, you must stay at home. 

At Summer Days, it is optional if you want to wear a face mask.