You can get an overview of the festival site in our map.


You can find the map as a PDF file here.

There is also an interactive version of the map in the Roskilde Festival app, where you can filter which facilities are highlighted, so that you can easily get an overview of exactly the services that are relevant to you.

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It is important that you sort your waste. That way, we can recycle as much as possible and make sure that hazardous waste is treated properly.

Metal, glass, cardboard, pmdk (plastic, food, and drink cartons), hazardous waste, and broken camping equipment must be sorted at the sorting parades or at our service stations.

The sorting parades are flatbed trucks that make daily visits to all camping areas and help our participants deliver and separate waste correctly.

Waste can also be sorted at one of the 24 service stations. Volunteers will be present at the stations, ready to help you if needed. The stations are located around the camping areas and can be found on the festival map.

In addition, you can get plastic bags for your waste from service hosts (in orange vests) and waste management volunteers (in green vests).

At the festivals’ camping areas, you will also find 2,000 rubbish bins for residual waste. They are for everything that cannot be sorted for recycling.

At the inner festival area we are testing different sorting solutions, making it possible to sort food, plastic and residual waste. This will help us learn about the best way of sorting waste at our festival; that way, we can sort even more waste in the future.

Thank you for sorting your waste!

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Agoras are central meeting places in each camping area, often as a tent with lighting. The Agoras have various types of content depending on which kind of camping area they are located in. 

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To limit the spread of fire it is important to ensure that all fire access roads and empty areas be kept clear and orderly during the entire festival.

Therefore, tents must be located inside the marked areas and tent guy lines etc. must be kept inside the borders.

Caravans must be placed 3 meters apart of each other. A host will help you park your caravan.

It is not permitted to bring furniture and flammable items to the camping areas. Exempted items are sleeping bags, sleeping mats and other lightweight equipment, which is typically used in connection with camping.

The use of open fire is only permitted in areas specifically designated for this purpose by the festival; this includes any type of open fire, including candles, oil lamps, tiki torches, barbecues etc. Designated cooking areas are located around the camping areas.

Each day, you must bring your trash to a waste container so that trash does not accumulate in individual camps. 

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Caravan Camping is an area for people who want to stay in a caravan or mobile home.

The area has shower facilities (for a fee) and toilet facilities, running water and space for setting up awnings. It is not allowed to pitch your own tent in the area.

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Central Park is an area with bars and food stands. Here you will find the stage Gaia with concerts all 7 days. In the southern part of Central Park is a green area connecting the Camping Area and the Inner Festival Area.

You can the programme for Gaia in the schedule.

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At Roskilde Festival we party with consideration for the community. That is true for the stages, where we have upper limits for how many dB can blast from the concert speakers. That way, we ensure that everyone has a good experience, from audiences, volunteers and neighbours of the festival.

We also have a Sound Policy for the Camping Area, where many bring large, home-built music centres. We love the DIY approach, and we know that many spend endless hours (and a lot of money) on designing their home-built stereos, making them shine and able to reach those impressive speaker volumes. It is amazing that you want to contribute to the party by being the host at your own camp with your sound system.

However, being the party-starter comes with a responsibility. You live right next to a lot of people, who have also come to the festival to have a great time. Please take them into consideration. When the camp is set up, please make the rounds and meet your neighbours; have a conversation about what is cool for them, what parties you can have and what type of music you can agree on. How loud can you agree on playing? You are here together, so it’s important that everyone is having a good time.


How loud can the party be?
When we measure volume, we measure a unit called decibel. It can be difficult to understand, because it is a numerical value, which does not explain much. We really should be measuring volume in distance: How many meters does the sound of your party carry, and how many camps are drowned out by your music? In addition to that, we must include all the other sounds that blend into this musical chaos.

We have defined some time slots in which your party can be as loud as you want, and other time slots where you should give the speakers a rest:

09 – 02 Time for the big parties – equal to 94 dB(A)
02 – 05 Music should be audible in your own camp, with overflow to a few extra camps – equal to 88 dB(A)
05 – 09 Music should only be audible in your own camp, and we recommend it be turned off completely – equal to 84 dB(A)

If our hosts in the Camping Area ask you to turn down the volume, your music is too loud.

Rules are boring, we know, but it is important to party with respect for the community, to make room for everyone.


Which music centre can you bring?
As a rule, we allow most sound systems. However, we do have one requirement: You must be able to carry it to the Camping Area. If you need motor power to transport it, the stereo is too big. Systems that are built into vehicles belong in Caravan Camping. 

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Clean Out Loud is a Community Camping area in East, which grows out of a collaboration between Roskilde Festival and Vallekilde Folk High School.

Participants staying in Clean Out Loud are frontrunners in the fight to reduce the amount of trash at the festival. The project focusses on making Roskilde Festival a cleaner and greener place to be – without compromising on the party!

You must apply to stay in Clean Out Loud.

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Roskilde Festival Folk High School is hosting the Community Camping area Common Ground in Area F, which is located between Dream City and Central Park.

Roskilde Road Trip is also a part of the Common Ground area.

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At the Camping Area, you will find the 2,000 square meter Dancefloor (formerly known as Destroy Me Once, Destroy Me Twice). The enormous art piece was created by the German artist Katharina Grosse in 2022.

The piece is specifically made for the camping area’s hilly landscape where it stretches between the green hills and invites festivalgoers to move.

Dancefloor is a significant meeting point at Roskilde Festival, giving occasion to social interaction in the now and to forming temporary communities.

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Roskilde Festival and the Tuborg Foundation collaborate on the Circular Lab, which gives the next generation of entrepreneurs a greater influence and opportunity to push forward the green growth.

Toward 2025, the Circular Lab will involve no less than 200 young entrepreneurs in the development of circular solutions for the future.

You can find the Circular Lab at the Camping Area close to Dream City and Common Ground.

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Dream City is a Community Camping area in East. The area is characterised by being constructed in close collaboration between the people staying there.

In Dream City, you will primarily find camps that consist of buildings built by the occupants themselves, but there are also some event camps.

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The city centre, East City, is in Camping East. Here, you will find Flokkr, which is the home for our activist content. View the programme for Flokkr in the schedule.

You can also explore The Yard – a sensory laboratory with a focus on biodiversity and food production.

You can also have a well-deserved break in Volunteer Hub East – one of our two special areas for volunteers in the Camping Area.

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Warm up your voice, sharpen your ears and throw your hands in the air!

Flokkr is Roskilde Festival’s communal hall with room for debates, conversations and not least listening to what other festivalgoers, young debaters, activists, artists and enthusiastic experts have to say.

Find Flokkr’s programme in the schedule. 

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Get A Place is a Special Camping area, in which people can reserve an area of 50 m2 for their camp. They must bring and pitch their own tents.

The area is reserved until Sunday June 30th at 16:00, after which time the entire camping area is opened for the rest of the festivalgoers, who are then free to occupy the available spots.

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Get A Silent Spot is for people who want to stay in an area, in which we help each other keep the place nice and clean, and where there are no loud parties or the constantly blaring of loud music.

Get A Silent Spot was formerly called Silent & Clean.

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Handicamp is a camping area at Roskilde Festival with space for diversity: For people with large and smaller disabilities, people with physical and mental disabilities, friends, family and helpers.

We don’t have access control – anyone can come by for a visit.

At Handicamp we help each other keep the area clean and avoid loud music, especially at night.

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It is not permitted to bring the following items onto the festival grounds.

The campsite:
• Bags of empty bottles and cans
• Building materials and tools (without prior permission)
• Furniture and the like (except lightweight camping furniture that can be folded)
• Clothing that signals affiliation with gangs or violent environments
• Weapons and weapon-like objects
• Large music system (do you need a generator to power it? If so, it's too big!)
• Generators
• Pyrotechnics
• Drones (without prior permission from the festival's security organisation)
• Spray paint and permanent markers
• Fuel (one-litre trangia bottles excepted - however, these may only be used for cooking in the specially designed areas)

The inner festival site:
• All the above effects
• Glass bottles
• Packaging over half a litre. Packaging brought must be open, but screw lids may remain on.
• Bicycles (without permission)
• Stereo
• Carts


Especially for the pit areas at Orange Scene and Arena:
• All the above effects
• Banners and flags (may be kept outside the pit)
• Large bags
• Glass bottles and cans


For security reasons, the security personnel will carry out a visitation upon arrival

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Leave No Trace is a Community Camping area in East, which combines the familiar festival atmosphere with a more sustainable festival culture.

The area is for those who want to have the big party in a smaller community-based area. Here, we explore how to minimise our footprint at the festival.

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If you want to bring your motorcycle to the festival, we have a special area for you in Caravan Camping. This area is for sleeping as well as parking, and it has showers (for payment), toilet facilities and space for tents.

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Household furniture and the like are fire hazards and may therefore not be brought to the camping area. However, this does not apply to regular lightweight camping equipment, items that come with caravans or other equipment that is usually used for camping in tents.

A good rule of thumb is that one person must be able to carry all items brought to the camping grounds.

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Re:Act is our platform for experimental performances, inspiring talks and workshops. Look forward to experiencing rap, talks, panel debates, performances, and workshops, each one fighting for their own and others’ rights. 

The program unfolds from Sunday June 30th to Tuesday July 2nd.

You can see the programme in the schedule.

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In Camping West, there is regular camping for those who have not purchased Special Camping or have been given a place in one of the Community Camping areas.

Here anyone with a valid wristband can freely come and pitch their tent when the camping area has been opened on June 29th.

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In the Rent Your Tent-area, a cleaned and recycled tent will be made available to you. Your tent will be ready on your arrival, and you cannot take it home with you.

It is the perfect solution if you want to have the camping experience without the hassle of carrying a tent and having to find a place to put it up.

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Settle’n Share is a Community Camping area in South. Here, it is all about sharing with your fellow festivalgoers and always helping each other, e.g., by keeping the camping area clean during the entire festival.

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Sleep-In Buses is for those who prefer to arrive in a sleeper bus. The area is in Caravan South and has toilet facilities, running water and space for tents.

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Stadion is an area for all kinds of sport and movement near the wind turbine at Camping West. Here you will find tracks for football, volley, football, and basket as well as an agora for shade and relaxing yoga.

Join us for planned activities as well as a free programme with football, volley, basket, dance, rap battles, yoga, mindfulness, running, morning exercise and cycling.

Everyone can join – no matter if you are a beginner or experienced, come alone or with your entire camp, whether you participate or just want to observe.

There is scheduled programming during the festival’s first days from Sunday 30 June to Tuesday 2 July 2024.

View the programme in the schedule.

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Tenthouse is for those who want a bit more than just a tent. As the name suggests, Tenthouse is a perfect mix of a tent and a house.

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One of our two city centres in the camping area, West City, is located in the northern end of Camping West.

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