Trailerpark Festival announces closure

This season will be the last, say organisers of the popular music festival

Music festival Trailerpark has announced its 10th season this summer will be the last.

“It was one of the hardest decisions I have ever had to make because the festival is very close to my heart and it has never been more popular,” stated the festival’s founder, Carla Cammilla Hjort.

Hjort explained the decision to close the festival down was not motivated by financial reasons, but because she believes the best time to stop is when things go well.

The festival will set a new attendance record this year as all partout tickets have already been sold out.

Stop at the top
“I believe that we should always challenge ourselves and try new thing, and we want to finish when we are at the top,” Hjort said.

Trailerpark Festival started in 2006 as a small garden party with a few hundred people but has over the years grown into a large, three-day event with a strong line-up.

It has stood out in the fierce competition thanks to its strong focus on up-and-coming Danish talents within art, technology and music.

The last Trailerpark Festival is taking place this weekend at Copenhagen skatepark in the Kongens Enghave district and will include 30 live concerts.