In Århus, the festival takes place in the Botanical gardens of Århus. The Botanical gardens are one of Århus’ greatest open areas, and includey green fields and water canals running throughout the park. The idyllically green areas creates a perfect scenario for indulging in a little bit of extra Stella Polaris cozyness – or as the Danes would call it – “hygge”, when spending the day at Stella Polaris.
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8000 Århus C
Food & Drinks
Every year our food and drink area is evolving, and 2016 was filled with a larger variety of food than we have ever had before. Previously, we have had South American food from Fuego, street food from Hooked, burgers from Food Squad, festival must-haves from GØL and Steff Houlberg, only to name a few.
We are still working on the best food items for 2017, so stay tuned!
Stella Polaris is a place for everyone – including our young ones. Yet, we wanted to created a space where children could play, connect with others and explore new things – all to the electronic sounds in the background, which helps create a unique atmosphere. So we created Stella Kids.
Stella Kids are one of the new initiatives at Stella Polaris. These last couple of years, activities have included:
– Balloon Clown
– Copenhagen ZOO showcasing different animals
– Music for children
– Painting and pearl activities
– Obstacle courses
– DJ’ing for kids.
We are looking forward to seeing you and your family for the next Stella Polaris event!
Here you will find all that is good to know during Stella Polaris. This includes, toilet facilities, first aid help, general information and much more!
We will keep you updated as soon as the details are in place for every location.
At every Stella Polaris, we will always have first aid helpers, just in case. Their locations will be listed in the magazine and online when all the details are in place. Remember to give a first aid helper a high five when you see them at Stella Polaris, they are amazing!