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Baby-Stroller on Roskilde? Need suggestions


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Written on: 08.06.2013 13:49
Mikkel Jürs
Posts: 1
Hi,
I was so lucky to have a child 8th of april. When we were expecting, Roskilde Festival plans was completely out of the picture as this is our first child and blablabla good parrenting blablabla. However, I turns out that our child is actually one of the easier ones - So the Roskilde plans was in again, but then I wondered.... Would I be able to see any concert what so ever besides standing in the very, very back? We bought some ear protection already as we're going to concerts already, so the childs health isn't the issue here.

I just like to know if it's all impossible to actually bring a baby-stroller and if anyone have any past experience about baby-strollers at concerts on Roskilde.

Best Regards
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[This article was edited 1 times, at last 08.06.2013 at 13:49.]
Written on: 08.06.2013 15:39
Jim Daggerthuggert
Posts: 598
Don't be one of those parents. Please Roskilde is not for children, babys very much included. There is a huge differencese between taking the kid to a concert with you and bringing it to a festival.

I know, you don't want your life to end, you can still have fun, the child will gain experinceses and so on. But NO dude, just don't. Take turn going and staying home or get a babysitter.

You wouldn't bring the kid in a racecar with you. Sure you are a great driver, but the other drivers in the race, might not care about your baby on bord sign.

So even though you baby dosn't mind, even though you have earprotection for the kid, even though you your self look after the kid, people around you are still drunk, partying "racecar drivers" and they won't care about the safty of your baby, atleast not a much a you will.

Roskilde is no place for a baby, no matter what.
Written on: 08.06.2013 17:32
Law Abiding Citizen
Posts: 32

Don't be one of those parents. Please Roskilde is not for children, babys very much included. There is a huge differencese between taking the kid to a concert with you and bringing it to a festival.

I know, you don't want your life to end, you can still have fun, the child will gain experinceses and so on. But NO dude, just don't. Take turn going and staying home or get a babysitter.

You wouldn't bring the kid in a racecar with you. Sure you are a great driver, but the other drivers in the race, might not care about your baby on bord sign.

So even though you baby dosn't mind, even though you have earprotection for the kid, even though you your self look after the kid, people around you are still drunk, partying "racecar drivers" and they won't care about the safty of your baby, atleast not a much a you will.

Roskilde is no place for a baby, no matter what.


I agree. It truly sounds like an awful idea tbh.

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Written on: 08.06.2013 19:02
Bongo Anders
Posts: 1092
Buuuut, baby's with big ear protectors looks so cute.

But I'm guessing that you are only bringing she or he to the concerts and not planning on camping.
Because if its camping then its a big no go, but to be honest if its in the festival area only then I don't see the problem.

Just avoid the stages if they are very crowded (so no Metallica) because people will just push forwards to the stage and totally ignore the stroller (or baby) or only see it in the last minute.

Its not like any drunk person will come and scream kick the baby or making a circle pit around the stroller. icon_biggrin.gif


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