Beer prices foaming up at Danish festivals
Rising price of goods will lead to guests having to fork out more for their suds this summer
If you’re planning on heading to festivals this summer, be aware that beer being sold at concession stands will be higher than usual.
The spiking price of goods worldwide will reflect on the price of beer, according to several big festival organisers.
At Roskilde Festival, the price of beer will go up to 47 kroner – an 18 percent increase compared to 2019.
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A common theme
Similar hikes will be seen at Heartland and Smukfest, according to Børsen newspaper.
At the two festivals mentioned above, the price of beer will go up by 4-5 kroner.
The same was the case for Northside, which was held over the Pentecost weekend.
If the beer prices haven’t spooked you off going to a festival this summer, take a gander at our big festival preview.
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