WHAT IS ROSKILDE BACKSTAGE
There are two main purposes for you to attend this year's Roskilde Festival BACKSTAGE: gain knowledge and expand your network. Participating in a BACKSTAGE module will give you access to a specific module as well as access to the professional area of Roskilde Festival named Backstage Village, which is an exclusive area in the northern part of the festival.
On your module you will learn from others and work with the subject that relates to your area of expertise. We are expecting ambitious participants who wants to learn new things and create new relationships. We have ensured the right partners, keynotes, structure of the day that includes both receiving information and working with it, facilities and that all this takes place in one of the most important Music Festivals in the world. The scene is set for extraordinary experiences.
Most of your work will be carried out with people from your area of work but you will also meet people from very different areas. We are creating the possibility for you to meet international keynotes, festival guests, Danish ministers, people working with strategy-development at Roskilde Festival, people with a focus on international product marketing, those with insights into how to engage volunteers and staff, experts within creating knowledge and content with your audience and so forth. It is your opportunity to gain new knowledge and create networks both inside your normal area of work as well as outside.
We are announcing the participants for all Business- and Public Sector modules. If you do not wish your name be announced, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Have you ever experienced Roskilde Festival? If so you'll know that it is a unique and inspirational experience: over the course of a few weeks Denmarks 4th largest city gets build, used and demolished. Roskilde Festival inhabits 135.000 people. It holds numerous different stages visited by 200 artists from all over the world. There is world class arts. The infrastructure and logistics system is highly developed. Feeding, entertaining and working with 135.000 people is a major task with much learning that can be transferred to both the public sector as well as the private. It is the ultimate setting for extracting knowledge and gaining new perspectives through observations and experiments.