Below you can read some practical information regarding GRASP. More info will follow.
A ticket is required to enter the GRASP festival site. We offer both a three-days tickets as well as one-day tickets. And if you're a student we can offer you a discount.
• Three-days ticket: DKK 995
• Professional three-days ticket with access to the whole festival including a working area for delegates and an exclusive networking social event: DKK 1695
• Three-days ticket with student discount: DKK 600 (you must present a valid student ID at check-in)
• One-day ticket: DKK 500
• One-day ticket with student discount: DKK 300 (you must present a valid student ID at check-in)
• You can bring your child free of charge if they are under 12 years old
You are welcome to take a stroll without a ticket through the festival site Musicon during GRASP. Here you can experience various art installations, bars and food offerings throughout the festival.
Thursday 18 November: 9—22
Friday 19 November: 9—24
Saturday 20 November: 9—24
ACCESS FOR DISABLED
I’m disabled. Have you done anything to make it easier for me to attend events? Can I bring an assitant? Parking? Toilets?
All GRASP venues are accessible by wheelchair.
We also have access to parking and toilets for disabled at Musicon.
When buying a disabled ticket to the festival, you can bring a helper to the festival. Upon arrival you must show your companion card at check-in.
We need to take good care of each other. Of course, we follow the authorities' guidelines on the prevention of coronavirus.
GRASP takes place both indoors and outdoors, and you must present a valid corona passport to gain access to most of the festival area.
We offer a special corona wristband that will give you access to all areas of the festival where a corona passport is required. Simply present your valid corona passport at the entrance, and we’ll equip you with the corona wristband.
If you’re from abroad, you can either show the valid documentation you used to enter the country or you can present this form, filled out by a medically trained healthcare professional.
You will find hand sanitizer by all venues, and we will hand out a small container with sanitizer at the entrance.
If you experience any symptoms of corona, you need to stay at home.
Musicon is a former concrete factory and gravel pit. Since 2003, the area has developed step-by-step in collaboration with citizens, developers, architects, cultural institutions, local businesses and the municipality. A so-called people-centric approach to urban development. Today, Musicon hosts skaters, artists, the dance theatre Aaben Dans, the museum Ragnarock – and now new residential buildings are starting to pop up as well. When Musicon is complete, it will be a neighbourhood with about 2000 homes and 2000 workplaces. A diamond in the rough!
Such an area is the perfect place for a festival site at GRASP. We’ll work together with numerous hosts on-site to make everything a perfect and raw experience in the best sense of the word.
Want to learn more about Musicon? Look here.
FOOD & BEVERAGES
You get hungry and thirsty when you're moving about and taking in all the experiences are GRASP. Don't worry, we've got your back!
- Six-course dinner on Saturday (read more)
- Vegetable soup
- Creamy corn
- Apple glögg
- Veggie wonder burger
- Creamy pumpkin soup
- Cinnamon bun
Coffee for New Ideas
- Lemonade (hot/cold, with/without alcohol)
- Hot cocoa
Jacobsen Beer Garden
- Various kinds of beer
A part of Musicon is the Container Row where different kinds of everyday food and drinks are sold all year round, mixed with small businesses selling crafted goods, records and services.
Want to see where things are happening? Download our map of the festival site, located in the vibrant Musicon area.