In spring 2014 we open for alternative camping options. So if you want to make use of our alternative camping areas rather than the regular tent camping, which is included in your ticket, please read on.
We offer the following alternative camping options. To get access to these areas you need to buy an add-on to your ticket, which will be for sale in spring 2014.
- Get A Tent
If you want to arrive to a pitched tent
- Get A Camp
If you want a pitched tent with room for the whole camp
- Get A Place
If you want to book a space for your tents - please notice, located next to the regular campsite
- Caravan camping
If you want to bring your own caravan
- MC camping
If you want to bring your MC to a campsite
- Sleep-in bus
If you want to sleep in the bus you arrive in
Remember, these are add-on offers – meaning you can buy your festival ticket now, and in spring 2014 you can purchase one of the offers above as an add-on.
The unique camp life at Roskilde Festival is a central part of the grand Roskilde experience. The camping area is divided into smaller areas where the festival guests live, rest, meet up and party. In the centre of each area is an open space, which we call an agora. Here you can cook, get information, help (if needed) and have a good time. Also, we offer free luggage storage facilities and food and beverage stalls as well as kiosks, showers etc.
For reasons of fire safety, we ask you not to bring living room furniture or similar inflammable components to the camping area. This does not apply to common, lightweight camping equipment, fixed built-in installations in caravans and equipment normally used for tent camping.
Feel free to bring
Leave at home
• common, lightweight camping furniture
• folding and leaf tables
• small deck and folding chairs
• sleeping mats
• white pavilions
• foam rubber mattresses
• living room furniture, e.g. armchairs, sofas, coffee and dining tables
• construction material of any kind
• generators and household appliances
Area J (Silent & Clean) is a special camping area that calls for a cleaner living and silence at night without noisy parties and loud music. The area's service guards will take action against noisy behaviour and can exclude people from the area if the rules are not followed. The basic rule of thumb: If you don't appreciate a calmer atmosphere, set camp somewhere else.