Major festivals

Major festivals

Concerts at the major festivals generate huge revenues every year. Hence, the value of each individual concert played here is high.

The amount depends on the scene you are playing on

At the six biggest festivals in Denmark – Roskilde Festival, Smukfest, Northside, Tinderbox, Copenhell, and Jelling – your distribution will depend on which stage you play. The concerts on the larger stages with large capacity receive higher distributions than concerts given on smaller stages. We adjust our distributions with reference to factors such as stage size and audience capacity so that the concerts which attract the largest audiences also get the largest contributions.

Examples from festivals held in 2019

Below you can see examples from the major festivals held in 2019. The amounts depend on the actual music consumption observed at the festivals in any given year, so they are likely to vary from one year to the next.

Roskilde Festival (2019) DKK per concert
Orange Scene 132,600
Arena 49,800
Avalon 17,700 
Apollo 11,100
Rising/Countdown 6,700
Pavillion 4,500
Gloria 2,700
KlubRÅ+ Flokkr 1,200
SMUKFEST (2019) DKK per concert
Bøgescenerne  31,000
Stjernescenen 22,200
P3 Teltet 8,900
Sherwood 3,600
Live Camp and other concerts 900
NorthSide (2019) DKK per concert
Green Stage 32,900
Blue Stage 32,900
Red Stage 8,800
Sideshow 1,300
Tinderbox (2019) DKK per concert
Blå Scene & Rød Scene 38,000
MagicBox 8,700
Teltscenen 3,400
Groovebox 600
Jelling Festival (2019) DKK per concert
Store scene 'Scenen' 22,400
Teltscenen 4,900
Tuborg Nightcamp (DJ) 1,900
Alfreds scene 1,900
Ny scene 900
Søpavillionen/Irsk Pub/Radio Baren 600

 

How we calculate distributions if the festival is not the concert promoter

If the festival where the concert was held did not act as concert promoter, the agreement entered into with the actual promoter and their payment to us will determine your distribution.

Distributions depend on duration

The distributions directly reflect the playing times involved. The total amount distributed for each concert is divided up between the individual music works according to the duration of each work. If the playing time is not stated on the concert report, we use the duration stated by the author when we originally received reporting about the work.

If the concert lasts less than 40 minutes, or if copyrighted music accounts for less than 40 minutes of the total playing time, we will set the duration of the concert at 40 minutes when making our calculations.

Distribution schedule

You can see when distributions are made in our distribution schedule