RahmedSorry to break the chain but
what are average costs like for a UK fella to travel, eat and stay over?
Arrive at airport, get rail pass at airport near the platform. I took a 3 day pass last time I think. Didn't cover all of LAN but I just bought an extra 1 day ticket to catch my flight home. Don't remember the price. Didn't even need it much because we walked between hotel and venue but I don't remember it being so expensive I regretted buying one. If you really need one depends on where you're staying, but I at least recommend it on arrival to get to your hotel and on the final day to get to the airport
For food you're better off figuring out a place to stay first. Will give you a better idea on how to plan getting food because once you're in the venue you'll often be there for the rest of the day. Our hotel had breakfast which helped. The days we slept past breakfast we bought food at the food trucks at the venue.
There's plenty of stores, but they are a bit of a walk from the venue. Definitely an option to get cheaper food, but requires some planning. You can easily be gone for 1-2 hours just getting basic food if you leave the venue on foot. I recommend going to a store before you go to the venue on the day
Most people got food from the food trucks afaik. Last time there were 3 parked right at the entrance of the venue. Vegan Indian food, burgers with mayonnaise as default (wtf denmark) and something else I forgot. Obviously less healthy and more expensive than buying food at the store, but it was by far the easiest option if you're on foot
Bar in the venue sold couple types of beer, redbull and probably also water. Expensive because it's a bar in Scandinavia + at a LAN ofc
Last time security didn't care if you brought "water" etc from outside. And fill your water bottle at the sink in the venue. Danish tap water should be good quality (can any Danes confirm?). Stay hydrated