Date and Time
Saturday, August 31st, 2013 at 12:00pm
29thAugust – 1st September 2013.
2400 Copenhagen NV.
Warm up gig:
Thursday 29th August 2013
Sydområdet 4B 1. Sa
1440 Kbh K
The festival is vegan, meaning that all food served at the festival will be without meat, eggs and dairy. We intend for the different food options available at the fest to be delicious, varied and at reasonable prices.
Unfortunately we can’t offer any accomodation for our guests as part of the festival since we have no space at the venue and camping isn’t possible in the surrounding area. Instead we recommend that you have a look at the following places:
This year we have made a special agreement with Bellahøj Camping to stay open for the duration of the fest, so that the festival guests who are into camping and staying in tents can get a good cheap deal on accommodation for the fest. The campsite is located just about a km from the venue and you can walk to there in less than 10 min.
Adress: Hvidkildevej 66, 2400 Copenhagen
Phone: +45 38101150
Danhostel Copenhagen Bellahøj:
Located about a km from the venue. The hostel’s capacity is 238 beds in both family and multi-bed bedrooms. Each room has a separate key-card. The reception is open from 07.00-22.00 in high season and from 07.00-20.00 in lowseason and sells a large range of kiosk items. The hostel offers breakfast, packed lunches and evening meals at popular prices. Public transport to the city centre is ideal, every 5 minutes during the day and every hour at night.
Herbergsvejen 8, 2700 Brønshøj
Phone: +45 38289715
Prices: 1 person in dormitory: 145 DKK/21,94 €
2-persons room: 410 DKK/62,03 €
Hostel in Nørrebro (an area with cafe’s, bars, shopping and nightlife about 20 minutes walk from the venue/5 min. by bus).
They have three dorms with 8, 20 and 38 beds
Sleep-in-Green is run by young people and the surroundings makes it easy to meet other travellers
Sleep-in-Green is open 24 hours a day.
Ravnsborggade 18, 2200 Copenhagen N
Phone: +45 35377777
Prices: 1 person in dormitory: 130 DKK/17,63€
Sleep In Heaven:
Backpacker friendly hostel also situated in Nørrebro about 20 minutes walk from the venue/10 min by bus.
Adress: Struensegade 7, 2200 Copenhagen N
Phone: +45 35354648
Prices: from 140 DKK/18,81€
Otherwise check out these links:
There are several low budget airlines flying to Copenhagen and the Öresundsregion. Check out flights to Copenhagen International Airport Kastrup (www.cph.dk) or Malmø Airport Sturup (www.swedavia.se/sv/Malmo/Resenar) which is only an hour away by train/bus.
To get to the city from Copenhagen International Airport in Kastrup just take the train or Metro (underground) to the city. It only takes about 15 minutes. If you want to come directly to the venue get off at Nørreport St. and take bus 5a or 350s to Hulgårdsplads. From there it’s a short walk to Dortheavej 61.
If you arrive by train you will arrive at Copenhagen Central Station. If you intend to go directly to the venue, ask the conductor whether the train continues to Nørreport St. If so, take the train one more stop and get off at Nørreport St. Otherwise jump on the S-train for two more stops and get off at Nørreport St. From there take bus 5a or 350s to Hulgårdsplads. From there it’s a short walk to Dortheavej 61.
There are several low-budget bus companies driving to Copenhagen from Germany and Sweden. This is propably the cheapest way of getting here unless you get a good deal on a flight.
From Berlin you can try following buscompanies:
Greyhoundbus (E-55): www.graahundbus.dk
Berlin Linienbus: www.berlinlinienbus.de
Greyhoundbus (route 999): www.graahundbus.dk
If you arrive by bus you will get of at the Copenhagen Central St. If you want to go directly to the venue jump on the S-train for two stops and get off at Nørreport St. From there take bus 5a or 350s to Hulgårdsplads. From there it’s a short walk to Dortheavej 61.
Sweden: Drive towards Malmø and then take the Öresundsbridge to Denmark (more info: www.oresundsbron.com).
Germany: from Berlin and Eastgermany drive towards Rostock and take the ferry to Gedser (more info: www.scandlines.dk). From Hamburg and Westgermany/Holland etc. drive towards Puttgarten and take the ferry to Rødby (more info: www.scandlines.dk).
If you don’t have a GPS in you car you can print out directions from here:
Parking in Copenhagen:
In the city center and the neighbourhoods around the inner city (Nørrebro, Vesterbro, Frederiksberg and Amager) there is a parking fee. There are machines where you can pay pr. hour. Prices vary from place to place and time of day. Get more info here: www.parkering.dk
Parking is free in the area around the venue and it’s easy to find parking places there.
Getting around in Copenhagen:
There are public buses, trains and Metro (underground). Tickets are 23 kr (3 euro) and are valid for 2 hours. Get more info on public transportation here: www.dsb.dk