Tinderbox offers a great mix of rock, pop, and electronic music.
Featuring international and local talent, it takes place in Odense during midsummer.
Odense is Denmark’s third-largest city, and the open-air festival site is in the beautiful Tusindaarsskoven forest.
The festival is preparing another fabulous lineup to delight its 40,000 festival-goers.
How to get there
Odense, Denmark’s third-largest city and the birthplace of Hans Christian Andersen, is easy to reach by train from Copenhagen Airport.
Trains depart regularly from the airport, and the journey takes around an hour and a half.
If you’re flying to Billund Airport, you’ll need to take a bus to Kolding or Vejle before connecting with a train to Odense.
Entrance to the festival site at Tusindaarsskoven, Odense, is via the intersection Klovermoseveej/Falen.