Yes – the admission is DKK 100. Members of the Rebild National Park Society and children below the age of 12 have free access. You buy tickets at the entrance or online at www.rebildfesten.dk.
The easiest way to get to the Rebild Festival is by car.
Regarding public transport, you can travel by train to Skørping Station, which is located 3.5 km from Rebild Hills. There are busses to and from Skørping Station to Rebild.
Click here for the bus schedule
Rebild Hills is open to the public all year round.
There are two hotels near by: Hotel Comwell Rebild Bakker, about 300 m from the Rebild Festival, as well as Rold Storkro, about 2 km from the Rebild Festival. Additionally, the hostel, Cimbrergården, is located about 200 m from the Rebild Festival.
Parking attendants will guide you to the parking areas, and you will have to pay a minor fee per car.
Yes, the Rebild Festival is open for everybody.
You do not have to be a Rebild member to participate in the Rebild Festival or the Tent Luncheon.
Yes, you have to reserve tickets for the Tent Luncheon, which is located in a big tent at the side of the parking area.
By participating in the Tent Luncheon, you automatically get tickets to sit on the platform on the stage. You can’t purchase tickets to sit on the platform only.
Many events take place at the time of the Rebild Festival, and it depends on the specific program that year. All events are presented on our website before July 4, and here, you can also buy tickets.
All members of the Rebild National Park Society can be part of an interesting Danish-American community started in 1912.
As a member you have free access to the Rebild Festival and receive our newsletter, Rebild Newsletter, twice a year. You also receive our newsletter “The 4th”. You will be invited to events at the local chapters, and as a new member, you receive the book “Rebild Bakker”.
You can become a member and a sponsor/benefactor at our website or by calling the main office +45 22182040.
Yes, you can bring your own lunch for the Rebild Festival.
Smoking is prohibited in Rebild Hills.
Yes, you can bring your pet (on a leash) to the Rebild Festival if you stay on the grass in the hills. Pets are not allowed on the platform.
There are handicap busses from the tent luncheon down to the Rebild Hills for people who do not walk well. Please contact the Rebild Office well before the 4th July for more information.
On July 4, toilets are placed at different places, both by the luncheon tent and in the hills. Signs will point you in the right direction. At all other times, you are directed towards the public toilet facilities at the tourist office, RebildPorten.
First-aiders and an ambulance will be present at the Rebild Festival.
There are two restaurants near the Rebild Festival, and you can also purchase drinks, hot dogs, ice cream, etc. at one of the booths in the vendors’ area of the Rebild Hills on the 4th of July.
Do you have additional questions? Please contact the Rebild National Park Society
Phone: +45 22 18 20 40