Children accompanied by adults have always been very welcome at COPENHELL – and they still are. We have introduced new child tickets for COPENHELL 2020, which give children between 2 and 12 years access to the festival (children below the age of 2 enter for free). You can read more about them in the tickets section.

COPENHELL chooses to assume that childrens’ parents and guardians know best how they cope with experiences at a wild festival site and that we don’t need to apply specific rules for children at the festival. However, we have the following recommendations:

  • We advise against children being present at the festival site after 20:00

  • We advise against bringing children into the Biergarten tent and the area around it

  • Please be aware of your surroundings, and move children away from e.g. wild moshpits or very intoxicated people

  • Remember hearing protectors for both small and big kids, and move away from the stage speakers if the audio is too powerful

  • Make sure that children can find the information booth in the middle of the festival site so they can check in here if they get separated from their adult

  • We recommend that young people between 13 and 18 years visit the festival together with either friends or guardians/parents.