PUBLISHED FRIDAY 6.3.2020
Updated 6 March.
All festival tickets are sold out. Update: All one-day tickets are now gone as well.
All festival tickets are sold out! What to do if you missed out? Read on, friend.
The interest for partipating in the 50th Roskilde Festival has been overwhelming. In fact, we have never sold as many tickets this fast before. The Sold Out-stamp has this year gone up more than two months earlier than last year, which was indeed a very fast selling year.
Having sold out means that that we can now start looking forward to generating a profit from the festival which we donate in full to charitable and humanitarian causes.
If you're keen on participating in the best week of the year, there's still hope. We recommend that you sign up for our waiting list. There is a chance that tickets will become available, and this is the only way of knowing the tickets are valid.
How does the waiting list work? Ticketmaster has a fan guarantee that includes the option to cancel a purchase within three days, and every year some people opt to return their tickets. These tickets will be available for those on the waiting list. In general, anyone re-selling tickets through Ticketmaster's official exchange service will sell their tickets to those on the waiting list.
We cannot provide information about your position in the queue, but we'll keep our fingers crossed that you get your ticket(s).
You can also sign up to volunteer.
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