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Written on: 10.05.2009 13:36
Deleted user
Saturnus wrote:

That's it ... next year I'll be driven a huge gas guzzling caravan instead. This is ridiculous.



Exactly. If this is an attempt to encourage us to take the green footsteps, I think it's having an adverse effect.
Written on: 10.05.2009 13:40
Dave The Babe
Posts: 678
is P 100% for greencamp?

and how will they prevent others for camping there?

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Written on: 10.05.2009 13:43
Aleg-One
Posts: 1748
Dave The Babe skrev:

is P 100% for greencamp?

and how will they prevent others for camping there?


I think it will be open for "others" on monday, but reserved for the greensteppers on sunday..
Written on: 10.05.2009 13:44
Deleted user We don't even know if it IS green camp, or if the whole thing has just been closed. I'd really like an official response on this one....
Written on: 10.05.2009 13:47
R T
Posts: 218
Here's a higher-resolution version for those who desire such:
http://www.veracon.net/stuff/kort_2009-uk.png
Written on: 10.05.2009 13:48
ThatOtherOne
Posts: 55
This is incredible. They change the queuing system to avoid the massive queue and then they remove half of the camping area so we have to queue for days to get a spot anyway banghead.gif and doesn't it say that the green footstep camp is supposed to be really nice? I love P an all but I don't think I'd do the green footsteps just to get a spot in a camp that's 20 mins walk away from the festival site.
Written on: 10.05.2009 14:00
Kong Gulerod
Posts: 467
West is looking great as usual icon_biggrin.gif

The only bad thing about camping west is that i takes forever to get to Arena
Written on: 10.05.2009 14:25
Dave The Babe
Posts: 678
theres nothing to do, we have to accept that it changes with the time, just as the music,i will be in L. icon_cool.gif
Written on: 10.05.2009 14:37
Deleted user
Dave The Babe wrote:

theres nothing to do, we have to accept that it changes with the time, just as the music,i will be in L. icon_cool.gif


Good luck getting a spot there, dude. I'd definitely have too many 'I'm getting too old for this shit' moments if I were to try that. I'd rather go for the green footsteps and hope I get to camp in P.

You are right though, I'm sure the organizers have a good reason for this apparent catastrophe. We just have to live with it. Who knows, maybe I'll become a big fan of the whole green footprint thing.



Green pre-Roskilde party anyone?
Written on: 10.05.2009 15:12
Truly
Posts: 123
Emilius skrev:

Dave The Babe skrev:

theres nothing to do, we have to accept that it changes with the time, just as the music,i will be in L. icon_cool.gif


Good luck getting a spot there, dude. I'd definitely have too many 'I'm getting too old for this shit' moments if I were to try that. I'd rather go for the green footsteps and hope I get to camp in P.

You are right though, I'm sure the organizers have a good reason for this apparent catastrophe. We just have to live with it. Who knows, maybe I'll become a big fan of the whole green footprint thing.



Green pre-Roskilde party anyone?


how do you make the green footsteps? I mean I do many of those things in my everyday-life... but I don't understand how the green footsteps-system works.
Written on: 10.05.2009 15:13
B.
Posts: 652
As far as I know "E" is the green/climate camp.
Remeber that D and F where unused last year so that will at least make up a bit for the missing P.
Still, I fear the worst. Maybe they will include P at the last minute if needed.
Written on: 10.05.2009 15:20
Aleg-One
Posts: 1748
Truly skrev:

Emilius skrev:

Dave The Babe skrev:

theres nothing to do, we have to accept that it changes with the time, just as the music,i will be in L. icon_cool.gif


Good luck getting a spot there, dude. I'd definitely have too many 'I'm getting too old for this shit' moments if I were to try that. I'd rather go for the green footsteps and hope I get to camp in P.

You are right though, I'm sure the organizers have a good reason for this apparent catastrophe. We just have to live with it. Who knows, maybe I'll become a big fan of the whole green footprint thing.



Green pre-Roskilde party anyone?


how do you make the green footsteps? I mean I do many of those things in my everyday-life... but I don't understand how the green footsteps-system works.


Take pictures of it (or any other proof) then and mail them to greenfootsteps(at)roskilde-festival.com icon_smile.gif

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Written on: 10.05.2009 15:25
Deleted user Since the economic situation is very uncertain in many countries from which many guests normally come, we are planning in more flexible terms this year.

Especially festival-goers from Sweden and Iceland are experiencing difficulties due to a great fall fall in the rates of exchange – so we may not have as many guests from those countries compared to previous years.

Because of this situation, we have chosen to have some camping areas as "reserves" and to open fewer areas than normally. This way, we won't have way too much space available if we don't receive that many foreign guests. And on the other hand, naturally, we will open these areas if we expect to have a sold-out festival.

To make things easiest, we have chosen camping area P as a reserve area this year - as it can easily be opened gradually according to how many guests are arriving.
Written on: 10.05.2009 15:27
Don Roberto
Posts: 342
B. skrev:

As far as I know "E" is the green/climate camp.
Remeber that D and F where unused last year so that will at least make up a bit for the missing P.
Still, I fear the worst. Maybe they will include P at the last minute if needed.

Last year the mos southern and eastern spots in P were unused too. Even after festivalsite opened.

It's not that bad at all. And I am still sure we are going to have a great festival.
But camping on the lake would sure be fun.


edit:
Thanks for the response, Anders Christensen.

[This article was edited 1 times, at last 10.05.2009 at 15:29.]
Written on: 10.05.2009 15:31
Truly
Posts: 123
Anders Hjortkær Christensen skrev:

Since the economic situation is very uncertain in many countries from which many guests normally come, we are planning in more flexible terms this year.

Especially festival-goers from Sweden and Iceland are experiencing difficulties due to a great fall fall in the rates of exchange – so we may not have as many guests from those countries compared to previous years.

Because of this situation, we have chosen to have some camping areas as "reserves" and to open fewer areas than normally. This way, we won't have way too much space available if we don't receive that many foreign guests. And on the other hand, naturally, we will open these areas if we expect to have a sold-out festival.

To make things easiest, we have chosen camping area P as a reserve area this year - as it can easily be opened gradually according to how many guests are arriving.


Thank you! Does that mean that it will be possible to arrive wednesday and still be sure of a campingspot? I've heard you (Roskilde Festival) made such arrangements previous years icon_smile.gif
Written on: 10.05.2009 15:34
Deleted user Thank you for the official response. I feel more at ease now.


I guess I'm happy with this solution, especially since I'm feeling a bit too old to continue camping in the queue. We'll probably go for the green footsteps anyway, and keep P in our prospectus in case of queuing problems.
Written on: 10.05.2009 15:38
Deleted user
Truly skrev:
Does that mean that it will be possible to arrive wednesday and still be sure of a campingspot? I've heard you (Roskilde Festival) made such arrangements previous years icon_smile.gif

Yes, you can be sure of a camping spot - but it's not pick'n'choose if you arrive Wednesday. You may have to look around a bit...
Written on: 10.05.2009 15:43
Saturnus
Posts: 3047
Emilius skrev:

I guess I'm happy with this solution, especially since I'm feeling a bit too old to continue camping in the queue. We'll probably go for the green footsteps anyway, and keep P in our prospectus in case of queuing problems.


Sod the Green Footsteps, just make sure to bring boltcutters.
Written on: 10.05.2009 16:00
Frank Jensen
Posts: 4
well, i was just getting used to the idea of a floating camp on the lake. But i guess i can live with a regular camping spot.
Or maybe an airballoon camp. hmmm...
Problems brings creative solutions...

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Written on: 10.05.2009 19:38
Mads Madsen
Posts: 269
Anders Hjortkær Christensen wrote:

Since the economic situation is very uncertain in many countries from which many guests normally come, we are planning in more flexible terms this year.

Especially festival-goers from Sweden and Iceland are experiencing difficulties due to a great fall fall in the rates of exchange – so we may not have as many guests from those countries compared to previous years.

Because of this situation, we have chosen to have some camping areas as "reserves" and to open fewer areas than normally. This way, we won't have way too much space available if we don't receive that many foreign guests. And on the other hand, naturally, we will open these areas if we expect to have a sold-out festival.

To make things easiest, we have chosen camping area P as a reserve area this year - as it can easily be opened gradually according to how many guests are arriving.


Thanks for the feed back.

Just one more question, will there be a different map for Volunteers?
It is just more easy to figure out what way to go, when you can see it on a map icon_wink.gif
Written on: 10.05.2009 21:08
DarkCity
Posts: 162
Anders Hjortkær Christensen skrev:

Truly skrev:
Does that mean that it will be possible to arrive wednesday and still be sure of a campingspot? I've heard you (Roskilde Festival) made such arrangements previous years icon_smile.gif

Yes, you can be sure of a camping spot - but it's not pick'n'choose if you arrive Wednesday. You may have to look around a bit...

Dear Anders.H.Christensen. thanks for the response! We all may be stuned and
in a state of dispare/fear/chok and so on,icon_cry.gif by seeing ouer beloved camping area devestated by the gravelpit yet again.banghead.gif But i´m sure that all of us is confident in the festival manegements drive and desire too preserve and secure the festival that we all love and cherish!
Please tell usicon_eek.gif
When will the F***ING gravelpit close down? Or some of it´s refurbished areas
released for camping! Nekst year? In three years?

Written on: 10.05.2009 21:40
Deleted user
DarkCity skrev:

When will the F***ING gravelpit close down? Or some of it´s refurbished areas
released for camping! Nekst year? In three years?

That is completely out of our hands, so we cannot say...
Written on: 10.05.2009 21:55
theb0wser
Posts: 56
That can't be it.. P was a BIIIG agora where thousands of people camped last year.
It just can't be the final map. icon_eek.gif
Written on: 10.05.2009 23:11
Stand up for rock n' roll!
Posts: 488
MacDougall skrev:

That can't be it.. P was a BIIIG agora where thousands of people camped last year.
It just can't be the final map. icon_eek.gif


why don't you read things more closely before you post anything, as said by mr. christensen of roskilde festival, they will open up camping areas if they sell out and will need more space, the old p area is a reserve area, so if they need more space, then they will open that up
Written on: 10.05.2009 23:17
theb0wser
Posts: 56
Stand up for rock n' roll! skrev:

MacDougall skrev:

That can't be it.. P was a BIIIG agora where thousands of people camped last year.
It just can't be the final map. icon_eek.gif


why don't you read things more closely before you post anything, as said by mr. christensen of roskilde festival, they will open up camping areas if they sell out and will need more space, the old p area is a reserve area, so if they need more space, then they will open that up


I did read it.. It's just that many people were quite happy with that agora, so it's pretty sad if they don't open it just because there isn't that many comming to the festival.
Maybe expressed it a bit wrong, but I do find it kind off sad.


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