You can find more than 130 food stands and drink stands at the Roskilde Festival, and over all, more than three million meals are eaten during the festival. The stands are run by clubs, organisations and restaurant owners, who pay a share of the profit to the festival's humanitarian and non-profit work.
The selection is wide, and you can have everything from sushi and Indian food to patty shells and roast pork sandwiches. All stands have a minimum of one vegetarian dish, so if you want your dinner meet free, there is ample opportunity to get it that way.
One of the big focus areas at Roskilde Festival 2012 was to make the food an experience in itself – and not just something that fills you up. Therefore, a complete food strategy for the festival until 2014 has been made. It focuses on exiting food experiences and on what people eat, while enjoying the music and the atmosphere. The strategy is realised through a lot of food events which took place during the festival in 2012.