Video: A forest of fabrics
In the middle of the festival site's fast pace, beer stalls and many concerts, you will find a contrast-filled oasis in a forest of textiles. Watch the video and learn more about Maria Nørholm Ramouk's artwork.
PUBLISHED SATURDAY 1.7.2023
Just as we have celebrated together, we can also clean up together. If we all make an effort, we can leave the site in a more sustainable way.
Pack up your tents and pavilions and take them home, so you and your camp can enjoy them again next year.
If your camping equipment is broken, make use of one of the 24 recycling stations on-site. Here, you can sort paper, metal, glass, hazardous waste, regular waste, and reusable camping equipment.
Find the nearest recycling station on the map in the app and ask the volunteers how to sort properly. Anything left behind in the camping area will be collected as waste, so do yourself and the planet a favor by helping us recycle as much as possible.
If you have rented camping equipment, you can return it to one of the service booths by Sunday at 11:00.
Reach out to the service hosts or volunteers at the waste sorting stations and get a garbage bag so you can collect and dispose of all trash in the nearest trash container.
Ensure that your camping area is left as it was when you arrived, for the benefit of the planet and your conscience.
All aboard! Take the train or other means of public transportation when you kiss the festival farewell.
Shuttle trains run from Roskilde Festivalplads Station in West City throughout the night until 3:00 PM on Sunday. The trains go to Copenhagen Central Station with stops at Roskilde Station and Høje Taastrup Station. Tickets can be purchased at the station, and information about departure times can be found on the Rejseplanen app or on DSB's website.
If you are traveling by car, make sure to fill the car with other happy festival participants.
Ready? All set? Then enjoy your Saturday at the festival. See you next year!