When is SPOT 2023?

SPOT 2023 takes place on May 5th-6th

Where is SPOT 2023 held?

In the heart of Aarhus, as always. Concerts will be held both at established venues throughout Aarhus as well as at outdoor stages – exactly as you’re used to at SPOT.

What types of tickets are available for SPOT 2023?

Festival Tickets for the public programme are available as ‘All Days’-tickets or ‘1 Day’-tickets for either Friday or Saturday. They provide access to all concerts.

If you have any questions, our ticket service will be happy to assist you by e-mail at or by telephone +45 71 74 71 22 (Monday to Friday between 10:00 and 16:00).

Tickets for our conference programme SPOT+ are in different ticket categories: ‘All Days’ and ‘1 Day’ and with or without access to concerts.

See all the types of tickets and buy yours here

Is it possible to buy tickets for individual concerts?

With more than 150 concerts it is impossible to keep track of audiences with tickets for only one concert. So unfortunately tickets for individual concerts are not available.

What will the capacity be?

Our many venues vary in capacity – ranging from 180 to 3.000.

How many concerts are held at SPOT 2023?

This year there’ll be more than 150 concerts at SPOT.

Does my ticket ensure access to all events and concerts?

Sorry, unfortunately not. If the capacity of a venue is exceeded, access cannot be permitted. Access to that location is only granted, when guests leave the venue and make room for further guests.

Are there reduced ticket prices for kids or youths?

This year we’re trying something new with our ticket system. The Youth Tickets aren’t an option anymore but instead we have made it possible for everyone to buy the ‘All Days’-ticket for the same price as the Youth Ticket until January 31st.

Get your ticket for SPOT 2023 here

Kids under the age of 12 are free to attend SPOT 2023 but must be accompanied by at  least one paying adult.

Is it possible to bring an assistant if you are disabled?

Yes, of course. Having purchased a standard ticket or youth ticket and upon presenting a valid companion card from the Danish Disability Organizations’ User Service, the disabled person may bring a personal assistant with him/her into the festival area free of charge. Upon arriving at the festival just present the companion card, and the assistant will receive a wristband corresponding to the purchased ticket unless another agreement (in writing)  has been reached with SPOT before the start of the festival. If the disabled person is going to bring different assistants on Friday and Saturday, this must be cleared with SPOT before the start of the festival.

How’s the accessibility at SPOT?

Due to the large number of venues, access to SPOT Festival has to be assessed on an individual basis. Read more about each venue’s accessibility at their websites – but don’t hesitate to contact us at if you have any questions.