Ravers from the North, Party People of the East, Free Spirits from the South and Dancers of the West, come join us and become part of Somewhere, where borders don’t matter and sharing comes
naturally. Somewhere along the coast of the Baltic Sea, we will be rejoined this September to continue what began 4 years ago in Copenhagen’s South Harbor. Our
community consists of artists, pirates, explorers of the night and other magical creatures and is
known to be friendly towards new faces. This year’s Festival will offer room for a circle of 500 friends.
Music will carry you through sunny hours and sparkling nights on three floors, each curated by a crew
from Denmark, Germany or Sweden + two mindaltering secrets.
So if you’re curious, here’s the bargain: We offer you to be one of the colors with which the Universe brushes the canvass of this year’s Somewhere Festival… We ask you to add your own uniqueness and beauty to the recipe for the magic of the moments at Somewhere. In return for this most precious gift, we will do everything we can to help you tune into your highest potential, for you to realize the alignment of everything you experience within and outside of yourself. Our crew will always be around for you when you need them. There will be delicious, fresh food whenever you feel hungry and professional masseuses and masseurs will offer you their services as well. We will also assemble a small market-place to which we want to warmly invite you. If you’re feeling that familiar tingle in your tummy, your eyes are getting wider as you read or if your feet are starting to move impatiently, these may be just some of the signs that you already have a small crush on Somewhere.
The Somewhere Festival will be held at the Boesdal Kalkbrud, a very special location 1½ hours from Copenhagen. It is an open chalk mine full of magic that invites you to discover an area as old as 80 million years. The location is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. So we ask you to be especially careful of your surroundings as you take part in the Somewhere Festival. Leave no trace… The area of the Festival includes a rocky beach, camping space for 900 visitors. ...and a mysterious 12-sided Pyramid.