Are the festival days the best time to implement the project?

A festival consists of more than just the actual festival days. Many festivals have other events or platforms that might be more suitable to host a project. Online projects are also easy to implement and to connect to a festival. Some projects are suited for the time directly before or after the festival.

For instance:

During Roskilde Festival’s First Days, stages and venues at the campsite offer a variety of activities. In 2022, the human rights alliance, RE:ACT HUMAN RIGHTS, created together with young activists and artists a vibrating platform in the middle of the festival’s camp-site. Take a look at this video (Danish with English subtitles) and Instagram page (Danish):

Towards the end of Roskilde Festival, a community of around 100 volunteers collects all surplus food and redistributes it to food banks and other social organizations. By doing so, the Food Waste Initiative Rub & Stub helps Roskilde Festival with reducing food waste and offers support to economically disadvantaged people. Find more information here (Danish and English):

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