You only need a regular admission ticket to Tivoli Gardens or be a holder of a Tivoli Pass to attend Friday Rock concerts.
Purchase your admission tickets to the Gardens here. Please note that pre-booked admission to the Open-Air Stage concert area may apply to selected concerts for all guests.
Yes, special regulations apply to the following:
Pushchairs, prams/strollers, walkers and wheelchairs
For safety reasons, it is not permitted to bring the above equipment to the Open-Air Stage area during Friday Rock events. However, a designated wheelchair area has been assigned to guests with physical impairments who either use a wheelchair or a walker.
Guests with prams/strollers are advised to find space on the sides of the concert area or around the Glass Hall Theatre, Chaplon Tea Salon or Tivoli Concert Hall.
For safety reasons, it is not permitted to use umbrellas by the Open-Air Stage during the concerts. We recommend using raincoats instead.
It is not permitted to use professional or semi-professional audio, photo or video equipment during performances and concerts, including single-lens reflex (SLR) cameras with interchangeable lenses, zoom lenses and the like. Staff instructions must always be followed, even in cases of doubt.
Erected barriers must be respected.
Please show consideration for other guests and follow the instructions of the security staff.
You may bring your own food and non-alcoholic beverages into Tivoli Gardens. However, it is not permitted to bring glass bottles/containers. Your own food and drinks can be enjoyed by the Open-Air Stage, on the lawns inside Tivoli Gardens along H. C. Andersens Boulevard and on benches in Tivoli Gardens.
Tivoli Gardens is smoke-free, but our guests enjoy access to four zones where smoking is permitted. The zones are clearly marked with “smoking permitted” signs and are additionally marked on the Tivoli Gardens map and described on tivoligardens.com.
These areas do not include the Open-Air Stage concert area. Tivoli Gardens considers e-cigarettes comparable to regular cigarettes. Tivoli Gardens’ smoking policy therefore also applies to e-cigarettes.
Yes, there is an area for wheelchairs to the right of the Open-Air Stage from where you can follow the concerts. The area has limited capacity, and individual spaces are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. Wheelchair users may bring one companion who is allowed to stand behind the space allocated for wheelchairs.