Entrances

Entrances to Tivoli

There are three entrances to Friday Rock in Tivoli:

  • The Main Entrance at Vesterbrogade 3
  • The Station Entrance on Bernstorffsgade across from the Central Station
  • The entrance by the Glyptotek on the corner of Tietgensgade and H.C. Andersens Boulevard.This entrance is open to guests with pre-purchased admission tickets and Tivoli Silver Pass holders or Tivoli Gold Pass holders.
  • The VIP Entrance, found at the Main Entrance on Vesterbrogade, can be used by Tivoli Gold Pass holders. Admission is possible here from 20–22.  

Read more about the Tivoli Gold Pass here.

Parking

Discount with APCOA FLOW

APCOA offers holders of the Tivoli Pass, the Tivoli Silver Pass, the Tivoli Wild Pass or the Tivoli Gold Pass a discount on parking at their three car parks near Tivoli.

As a pass holder, you can get a discount on your parking as follows:

You can use the APCOA FLOW app to pay for parking at one of the three car parks:

• Axel Towers P-kælder (underground car park) – Axeltorv 2, 1609 Copenhagen V
• Saga P-hus - Vesterbrogade 25, 1620 Copenhagen V
• Nyropsgade P-hus - Nyropsgade 6, 1602 Copenhagen V

Simply enter your pass number under “bonus and value codes” to redeem your discount. You are then ready to park at APCOA FLOW. Read more about APCOA FLOW here.

Parking

Parking near Tivoli

If you come to Tivoli by car, you should be aware that Copenhagen is divided into parking zones.

Tivoli is located in a green zone, and the streets around Tivoli are in a green and a red zone. The ticket machines tell you which zone you are in.

Please note that there are zone signs on all approach roads to the inner city paid parking zone. Blue signs indicate that you are in a parking zone. When you leave the paid parking zone, you will see a similar sign. This time, however, it is grey with a line through it.

A parking disc should be used in time-restricted parking zones. Remember to set the parking disc at the start of the parking. If the parking begins before a time-restricted period and continues into it, the disc should be set at the time the time-restricted period begins. 

See maps of zones.

Prices and tickets
Your parking ticket should be purchased from the ticket machines.
When you use the ticket machines, your payment is registered digitally. So you no longer receive a parking ticket to display in the windscreen.

You also have the option to pay via parking apps. Find out which payment apps you can use to pay for parking in Copenhagen here.

The last option is to purchase a term permit. It is cheaper to park if you have a term permit than if you pay for parking on a day-to-day basis. With a term permit, you only pay for parking on weekdays. Term permits are available from five weekdays to a maximum of 12 months. Read more here.

Electric cars, hydrogen cars and electric motorcycles can be parked free of charge in public parking spaces on the streets, while the applicable tariff applies in the City of Copenhagen’s underground car parks. The applicable tariff still applies to the parking of plug-in hybrid cars in the paid parking zone.

Safety

Your safety at Friday Rock

Your safety and security at Friday Rock are our top priority here at Tivoli. Our crowd safety concept is under constant reevaluation to ensure that we remain among the best in Denmark in this field.

All concerts are thoroughly risk assessed, and the planning and implementation of our safety measures takes place in close cooperation with the Copenhagen Fire Department and Copenhagen Police.

The entrances to Tivoli will be closed when the number of visitors to the Gardens has reached a certain limit. We do this not only to ensure the safety of our guests in the Gardens, but also to make sure that they enjoy a great concert experience. It is extremely rare for Tivoli to close the entrances – but it can happen. So, it’s always a good idea to get here in good time.

Nurses will be in attendance at the concert venue during Friday Rock. What’s more, Tivoli’s crowd safety staff have undergone special crowd safety training, equipping them, among other things, to provide lifesaving first aid. Tivoli’s nurses, controllers and crowd safety staff are on hand to help you and to ensure you enjoy a safe and secure concert experience.

FAQ

Frequently asked questions

What time do the Friday Rock concerts start and end?
The Friday Rock concerts start at 22.00 and end no later than 24.00.  

Are there a certain number of tickets available?
There is no set amount of tickets on sale, as entrance tickets and the Tivoli Pass are also valid for the concert. However, for safety reasons and to ensure that guests in the Gardens enjoy a great concert experience, the entrances will be closed once we have reached the maximum number of guests, or it becomes necessary for other security reasons. We recommend that you arrive in good time for the concerts. We should also point out that the admission fee for adults increases to DKK 210 after 19:00 on Fridays. The admission fee for children is DKK 60 all day on Fridays – regardless of the time.

Why isn’t the volume higher?
For legal reasons, there is a limit to how loud we can play. So, arrive early and get a good seat at the Open Air Stage. A sound system with delay and surround sound is installed to ensure the highest sound quality throughout the concert area.

Should I keep an eye out for the illegal resale of tickets for Friday Rock in Tivoli?
There are websites and private individuals who purchase tickets via Tivoli’s online shop and sell them on at inflated prices, which is not permitted by Danish law. So, when buying a ticket, please bear mind that the highest possible price for a print-your-own ticket for a Friday Rock concert is DKK 135. Please note that the admission fee for adults increases to DKK 210 after 19:00 on Fridays.

Is there an age limit for the Friday Rock concerts?
Everyone is welcome to come to Friday Rock. We hope all our guests will take good care of each other during the concerts. Tivoli does not serve alcohol to persons under the age of 18.

Are there any strobe lights at the Friday Rock concerts?
You should be aware that strobe lights may be used at some Friday Rock concerts. The flashing lights may present a risk of triggering epileptic seizures in people with photosensitive epilepsy.

I’m a wheelchair user - can I come to Friday Rock?
All entrances to Tivoli are suitable for wheelchair users and people with impaired mobility.
There is a specially designated area for wheelchair users to the right of the stage, which we ask our guests in wheelchairs to use. Tivoli strives to make room for wheelchair users so that they can see the stage. Wheelchair users who can present a Companion Card issued by the Disabled Peoples’ Organizations Denmark can bring a companion with them free of charge.

Where are the toilets?
There are toilets throughout the Gardens. A map of Tivoli Gardens shows you where they all are.  Disabled toilets are available in the toilet blocks at the Pantomime Theatre, in Puslehuset (baby changing facility) and at the Glyptotek exit. Disabled toilets can also be found at a number of restaurants in the Gardens, as well as in the Glass Hall Theatre and the Concert Hall.