Frequently asked questions
Do I need to book access?
No, it is not required to pre-book admission for Little Friday.
How many entrance tickets are for sale?
There are no restrictions on the number of entrance tickets up for general sale. These tickets are valid for any day selected – and the Tivoli Season Pass is valid for all days during our opening seasons. Due to security reasons and to ensure a positive experience for our guests, the entrance will be closed when the numbers of guests exceed the limit. We recommend that you buy an entrance ticket or a Season Pass online.
Where can I buy entrance tickets for Little Friday?
Several websites and vendors other than the official Tivoli webshop might sell concert tickets. Be aware as these vendors purchase their tickets from us and then resell them at a higher price, which is illegal according to Danish law. Always remember that the official rate of an online Tivoli entrance ticket for Tivoli is 110 DKK from 6. April till 22. June and the concerts do not require separate tickets other than the entrance ticket.
Is there an age limit for the Little Friday concerts?
Everyone is welcome as a guest at the concerts. We emphasize that good behaviour and safekeeping is a must during the concerts. Tivoli Gardens do not serve alcoholic beverages for persons under 18 years.
Is stroboscopic lighting used during the concerts?
Please note that stroboscopic lighting might be used during some concerts. These light effects may cause epileptic seizures on persons suffering from photo sensitive epilepsy.
I am a wheel chair user - can I also be a guest at Little Friday?
Wheel chair users and disabled persons can access the park through all our entrances. When it is necessary we will attempt to deploy ramps to ensure easy access.
Where do I find restrooms?
Restrooms are situated around the Gardens. Toilets for disabled persons can be found at the Pantomime Theatre, Petzi’s World and the Glyptotek exit. In addition you can find toilets for disabled persons at various restaurants around the Gardens, as well as the Glass Hall and the Concert Hall.