It's Tuesday, and it's the last day of the First Days program. You know what this means: You're going to have a lot of experiences today, before Orange, Arena, Avalon, and all the other stages at the Inner Square call upon you tomorrow.

Here are our tips on how you should spend your Tuesday.

Pimp your canned food

Do you have some uninspiring canned food left at the camp? Don't throw it away. Instead, take it over to the young nutrition students from the University College at Agora C or Agora P, where you can get help and inspiration to make it exciting and greener. It's no wonder this is a festival classic.

Pimp your canned food with the University College, Agora C and Agora P, from 10:00 to 15:00

Refugee destinies in focus

Manila Ghafuri, the spokesperson for Rapolitics, escaped Afghanistan and came to Denmark with her mother, father, and six siblings when she was seven years old. Today, Manila Ghafuri brings attention to her own and others' refugee destinies through the media, school classes, museums, and festivals. Listen to her stories and join her efforts against discrimination of ethnic minorities in Denmark.

Talk with Manila Ghafuri, Re:Act, 11:10.

Confession booth with auto-tune function

If you find yourself near Re:Act, it might be time to swing by their hip-hop confession booth, where a producer is ready to record your sins or the sins of others that you're aware of. The confession booth is 100% anonymous, and you can unburden your heart with or without the use of auto-tune.

The confession booth in the Re:Act area is open between 11:00 and 17:30

Shout! Let your climate dilemmas out

Do you need help solving a climate dilemma? Head over to Flokkr, where Sara Bro is hosting a panel consisting of four cool climate activists. They are ready to discuss your dilemmas about climate and climate anxiety, and perhaps you can rediscover hope and dreams for the future despite the looming and very present climate crisis.

Climate Monopoly, 15:00 at Flokkr

Wrap up the First Days with a drag party

Tonight, Flokkr also concludes the First Days program with a gigantic party where 17 young drag artists invite you to a colorful show with powerful messages, towering hair, and a touch of norm criticism with glitter. Dragskolen (The Drag School) is behind the party, spreading joy, liberating people, and breaking down prejudices. If you can't get enough of drag in your life, you can literally get dressed up for the drag party when the Drag School holds a workshop near the Flokkr container at 17:30.

Drag party, 20:00 at Flokkr.

Enjoy your last day before we meet at Orange and all the other grand stages tomorrow! Here's a playlist of today's music for you.