Most stages have podiums to make sure that wheelchair users have a chance to be at the same level as the rest of the audience.

If you are not comfortable standing close in big groups, we recommend that you familiarise yourself with the individual stages’ podiums, sitting installations, audience density, location of big screens and sound conditions. The hosts in front of the stages are there to help.

We cannot reserve a spot on the podium for individual concerts.

We recommend that you arrive in plenty of time to secure a spot, so that you can get the best possible experience at the concert.


Concerts with sign language interpretation on RF24

At this year's festival, you can experience two concerts with sign language interpretation:

Greta (DE/DK) Friday 5 July at 12:00 on Gaia

Barbro (DK) Saturday 6 July at 17:00 on Avalon

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We recommend that you fill out our online accessibility contact form before the festival. Here, you can briefly describe your needs; then, we will contact you and tell you about your different options.

Fill out the accessibility contact form

If you have further questions about your upcoming festival experience – or you’re not sure if Roskilde Festival is for you – please contact us on email: We will get back to you as soon as possible.

We are also interested in hearing from you, if you have suggestions for how we can make Roskilde Festival even more accessible.

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If you have special needs, you can bring one companion or carer with you to Roskilde Festival free of charge.

You and your companion must arrive at Roskilde Festival together. 

You can change companions throughout the festival – so when one companion leaves the area, another can enter and take over. When changing, your companion must hand in their wristband and state their name at one of our ticket offices. Your next companion can then pick up the wristband at the same ticket office.

As documentation for your needs, you must show one of the following:

  • A companion card issued by Danish Disability Organizations
  • Or on of the following equivalent foreign card:

If you do not have such a card but still believe you are eligible to bring a companion to Roskilde Festival free of charge, please write to


Access for your companion;

If you are a guest, you need to purchase a "Disabled with Companion" ticket from Ticketmaster. These tickets are available for both full festival passes and single-day passes. If you have already purchased a regular ticket, Ticketmaster can assist you in exchanging it for a "Disabled with Companion" ticket.


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We have a camping area for guests with both major and minor disabilities, individuals with physical challenges and/or a need for tranquility, as well as for friends, family, and assistants. We strive to create calm surroundings and be particularly attentive to one another.

There is no access control – everyone is welcome to visit, and we are happy to have guests.

Sign up here if Handicamp is something you are interested in.

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You can use the designated disabled parking spaces if you have a valid EU parking card. The card is issued by Disabled People's Organisation Denmark and several equivalent organizations abroad. There are disabled parking spaces available at all entrances.

Remember that the card is associated with the person, not the vehicle.

You can see where the parking spaces are located on the entrance map.

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At Roskilde Festival, we are a diverse community of partygoers and campers, and it is important that we take care of each other and respect our different needs and ways of experiencing the festival. The Sunflower Ribbon is a way to raise awareness of some of these differences. It is a tool to signal that someone has an invisible disability or impairment. The Hidden Disabilities Sunflower – or simply the Sunflower ribbon – has a plastic pocket where a brief description can be placed.

Anyone can use the the Sunflower. It does not grant any special privileges but is used to indicate when someone may need extra support.

So when you see a Sunflower, you know that this person may benefit from being approached with:

  • Extra patience or a little more time
  • Extra help and support

You can get the Sunflower lanyard at Soft Spots, First Aid Station and in Handicamp.


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There are more than 20 accessibility toilets all over the festival. Most of the accessibility toilets are locked to keep them reserved for people with special needs.

You can get a key to the locked accessibility toilets by filling out the form below.

Sign up for accessibility toilets key

You will also find toilets and showers with lifts in the Handicamp Area.

Learn more about Handicamp


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