The ambition is to give the disabled – with or without helpers – the opportunity to participate in Roskilde Festival on approximately the same conditions, as any other festival guest.
Disabled people can bring helpers to the festival for free. The disabled guest must purchase a Roskilde Festival ticket ordinarily.
You can camp at a special handicap area where we offer power supply for any remedies, special bathing facilities, and you can sleep in a rather calm area.
At the festival, there is a centrally situated location (called Ryttergården) where you can get your wheelchair recharged, rest and more. Service personnel is available with answers for any questions.
FAQ about Handicap Service at Roskilde Festival
How do I get a ticket for the festival?
You buy a regular festival ticket, just like everyone else. Buy your ticket.
If you need to bring a helper, you should apply through our application form - see below.
How can I bring my helper?
We put in an application form on the website around 1 May each year. You have to fill it out and send it back to handicapservice@ roskilde-festival.dk
If you have any questions about the handicap service, you can contact us at handicapservice@ or call +45 27 95 21 29 roskilde-festival.dk
+65 access for disable guests with helpers
If you are +65 years old with a disability, arrives without a helper and wants to visit the festival on Sunday, all you need to do is bring your ID and use the regular entrances like every other festival guest.
If you wish to bring a helper, you need to go to HandicapService who will give you and your helper festival wristbands. Please notice that you don’t have to apply for your helper when you’re +65 and disable.
HandicapService is located at Teknisk Skole. The address is Pulsen 2, 4000 Roskilde.