Settle’n Share is built on the ideas that you share with the community.
Roskilde Festival Højskole has started Settle’n Share as an experiment with cooperating communities to strengthen the unique camp feeling at Roskilde Festival.
How to Settle'n Share
When you apply for a spot in Settle’n Share:
- Be committed to the values and ideas of Settle’n Share
- Develop a unique concept or event in cooperation with the rest of your camp and make sure the event involves guests or settlers from the area
- Most importantly: Clean up after yourselves, which means you clean up during the week and take all of your possessions with you when you leave the festival.
There will be several steps from sending your application to getting your final acceptance, but you will get an answer 1 May at the latest.
In Settle’n’Share we want to inspire creativity and neighborliness, therefore we have made different themes within the community, which you and your camp can be inspired by, when you make your camp. There are no rights and wrongs, so feel free to make your contribution within any of the themes.
To harvest your neighbourliness Roskilde Festival Højskole will design the area beforehand.
We know exactly where you are going to stay. Therefore, there is no need for ‘running’ – you and your camp have a spot.
There will be a few pre-arranged activities, the rest is up to You. There will be a gathering in the morning at 11 am. In addition to that Roskilde Festival Højskole has a group of volunteers ready to spice up the area, if things are grey.
Settle’n Share is a community based on the principles and values of Roskilde Festival Højskole. As a part of this community, your camp contributes in defining the unique fellowship that arises between camps at Roskilde Festival. Around 3.000 people will be part of this area.
The activities are based on what camps contribute; anything from big parades or competitions to small trash collection innovations or jam sessions.