There is a set of general rules for our camp.
1. Give and take
For our great camp to prosper and be enjoyable for everyone, we need you to give it as much positive energy as you will get in return. Participate in activities, get to know your fellow campmates, have fun, smile and make the camp an amazing and enjoyable place for everybody!
2. Rules of Roskilde Festival
We are all required to follow the rules of Roskilde Festival. Please visit the Roskilde Festival website for more information: www.roskildefestival.dk
In order to volunteer you need to pay a deposit.
- How much do I need to pay? The deposit is DKK 1,000.
- How can I pay? The deposit can be either paid in cash to Sebastian Holmegaard (email: email@example.com, tel: 71170221) or make a bank transfer to the student organisation’s bank account: Reg. 2105 Konto. 0726773475. Please write your name and class when doing the transfer.
- When do I have to pay? Within five days after you receive the confirmation email from firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Why should I pay a deposit? The deposit is for us to ensure Roskilde Festival that our volunteers will show up and fulfil their tasks as volunteers.
- When do I get the deposit refunded? After the festival has ended and you have fulfilled your tasks as a volunteer, the deposit will be paid back as fast as possible (no later than July 10).
4. Behave responsibly
This is a festival and we want you to behave crazy and have the time of your life, however we expect you to be responsible for yourself.
We are going to be a lot of people together and it is going to be fun, with this in mind be respectful of your companions.
6. Camp leader
During the festival Sebastian Holmegaard will be the camp leader, which means that his words are final. Sebastian has four lieutenants, who can take his place: Gabriella Ploug, Lennart Børger, Edvinas Narbutas and Bartłomiej Gozdek.
7. The volunteer job and our expectations
It is important that you are able to do your work. It is okay to be a little tired but it is unacceptable to be drunk or too hangover to do what you committed to do.
Our job at Roskilde Festival is to be service guards at the camping area “P”. Your job as a service guard is to walk around and observe camping area “P” making sure that everybody is all right and you will answer information questions if needed. We will be representatives and the face of the festival. We will walk in pairs, one Danish speaking person and one English speaking person per shift.
Working as a service guard consists primarily of being visible to the festival guests among the tents. You are the one they come to first if they or their friend is lost, cold, hurt, their phone has been stolen or if they have general questions about the festival. Besides being the-go-to-person, you also act as a security guard. This means you need to make sure that nobody has candles in their camp, the tents are where they should be and people regularly clean up their camp.
Be nice and take care of people at the festival – and make sure they get a great experience!