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A flagpole in our camp


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Written on: 26.05.2010 18:56
Grønkorn
Posts: 5
Is it allowed to have a real flagpole in our camp? icon_smile.gif

It's made of wood, like a lot of those you see in people's gardens here in Denmark..
It was originally about 12 meters high, but we cut a large piece of it, so it's only about 8,5 meters now.
We were planning on using a so called 'Pælebor' to dig a 1 meter hole in the ground, so we could put it in there (We already tried this in one of my friends backyards, worked out great).
Do you guys know if we would be breaking any rules if we did this?
'Cause I heard some rumours that you aren't allowed to dig holes in the ground, and would the flagpole be considered 'Building materials' (which you aren't allowed to bring as far as I know), if we cut it into pieces and put it together at the festival-site?

and if we carried out this plan, and broke the rules, what would the consequences be? would we get our wristbands cut, or just told to remove the pole?
I'd really like a official Roskilde-Festival person to answer this, so we could be sure that we aren't breaking the rules icon_smile.gif



[This article was edited 2 times, at last 26.05.2010 at 20:56.]
Written on: 26.05.2010 19:22
Jim Daggerthuggert
Posts: 637
Think you will probably break a few rules, but never mind that. Why? Why not use something a little lighter, like a fishingrod?
Written on: 26.05.2010 20:23
B.
Posts: 656
Is it in one piece?
It will probably be considered "building materials" and therefor not allowed but I don't think you will be kicked off the camp site for it.
Also, if it is in one piece and solid wood it would probably do some considerable damage if it comes down unexpected.

Would be cool to see though icon_razz.gif

[This article was edited 1 times, at last 26.05.2010 at 20:25.]
Written on: 26.05.2010 22:13
Coldblooded
Posts: 1229
Kagemanden wrote:

Is it allowed to have a real flagpole in our camp? icon_smile.gif

It's made of wood, like a lot of those you see in people's gardens here in Denmark..
It was originally about 12 meters high, but we cut a large piece of it, so it's only about 8,5 meters now.
We were planning on using a so called 'Pælebor' to dig a 1 meter hole in the ground, so we could put it in there (We already tried this in one of my friends backyards, worked out great).
Do you guys know if we would be breaking any rules if we did this?
'Cause I heard some rumours that you aren't allowed to dig holes in the ground, and would the flagpole be considered 'Building materials' (which you aren't allowed to bring as far as I know), if we cut it into pieces and put it together at the festival-site?

and if we carried out this plan, and broke the rules, what would the consequences be? would we get our wristbands cut, or just told to remove the pole?
I'd really like a official Roskilde-Festival person to answer this, so we could be sure that we aren't breaking the rules icon_smile.gif




If it isn't allowed, I bought a 10 m carbon fiber telescopic flagpole at theflagman.co.uk last year. Almost as tall, and light as a feather. You could go for one of those.
Written on: 27.05.2010 01:10
Limabeancross
Posts: 1426
Obviously Security aren't going to come and cut your wristbands instantly. If they really had an issue with it, they'd just ask you to remove it.

I'm not being funny, but don't you feel burdened taking so much stuff to a festival? Travelling light to Roskilde makes it fun for me, I don't think I could be arsed to carry to much shit I don't need to have a good time. I also couldn't imagine holding a flag during a concert, I prefer to be free to dance and have a good time.


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