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Welcome to Nordgreen's 'What's On In Copenhagen.' There's so much to do in Copenhagen that we can't possibly list it all! So, here are a few things to do and to see about this vibrant city in which we live, Copenhagen.
Things to Do - family-oriented and self-help events.
Arts - see the latest exhibits.
Local Design - keep up on the latest innovative and functional design concepts in the city.
Night-Life - eat and drink in the city's hotspots.
Music - concerts to help you find your groove.
If you are an organization or someone who has an event that you'd like for us to post, by all means, send your event(s) to firstname.lastname@example.org, ATTENTION: The Local Time by Nordgreen.
Find an event for you and the family to do together, or round up your besties and do something that doesn’t involve a cocktail; there’s plenty of time for that later. Have some good, wholesome fun!
Since February is ‘Winter Break’ in Denmark for school kids here’s a list of venues around Copenhagen to entertain your children with:
Thursday, February 13th - Sunday, February 16th, 2020
Time: 10.00 - 17.00
Location: Bella Center Copenhagen, Center Boulevard 5, DK - 2300 Copenhagen
+45 3252 8811
Entry Fee: Ticket prices vary according to attendance frequency
Saturday, February 15th - Sunday, 16th
Time: Saturday 15th - 10.30-12.30, 14.30-16.30, 18.30-2030
Sunday 16th - 10.30-12.30, 14.30-16.30
Location: Royal Arena, Hannemanns Allé 18-20, 2300 København S
Entry Fee: From 225kr. - 495kr., excluding tax
The Disney production, Disney On Ice - Magical Ice Festival is back with a brand new show! Come and see your favorite Disney characters if you or your kids are a Disney fan, then this show’s for you! Tickets are already on sale, so get moving!
Time: Times vary for each display
Entry Fee: Prices vary for each display
Copenhagen’s annual festival of lights which takes place in and around the city of Copenhagen. See installations from Danish and International artists on buildings and take a boat tour to see wonderful light displays in the water! Take a guided tour or get the festival map and tour them on your own!
Copenhagen is full of art, whether it’s in one of the larger, state run museums, or a local gallery. Experience art from another culture, learn about a Danish artist, attend talks, see films, or get a history lesson. Buy a membership and take a friend!
November 11th, 2019 - February 23rd, 2020
Time: Tuesday-Sunday 10-17
Location: Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Dantes Plads 7, 1556 Copenhagen
Entry Fee: Adults: 115 DKK (incl. Special Exhibition)
Groups (10 or more): 100 DKK (Please note that groups must arrive together to get group discount)
Under 27/students with a valid Student ID: 85 DKK (incl. Special Exhibition)
Under 18: Free
Special Exhibition Tuesday: 60 DKK
Buy tickets here
British artist Tacita Dean’s film Antigone, 2018 named her film after her older sister and is based on the Greek tragedy by Sophocles, from 440 BCE. The film was captured on 35mm film and is part of the cinematographer's style, using no digital applications to create or produce her works. Please note that the film begins at the top of every hour and is exactly an hour and is set on loop throughout the museum opening hours. For more information: email@example.com, +45 33 41 81 41.
September 20th, 2019 - March 1st, 2020
Groups (10 or more): 100 DKK (Please note that groups must arrive together to get group discount), Under 27/students with a valid Student ID: 85 DKK (incl. Special Exhibition), Under 18: Free
Special Exhibition Tuesday: 60 DKK, Buy tickets here
Present-day Syria was an ancient oasis city. Sculptures, paintings, and artifacts from the Roman Empire, set on a scene by Danish designer Anne Schnettler and graphic designer Nanna Arnfred. Bringing it all together with a soundscape designed by award-winning sound designer Peter Albrechtsen and film director sun Hee Engelstoft.
January, 23rd - 17th May 2020
Time: 11.00 - 22.00
Location: Louisiana Museum of Modern Art
Gammel Strandvej 13, DK 3050, Humlebæk
Entry Fee: Adults 18+ 130kr., Students with ID 115kr., Member’s Guests 110kr.,
Free for Louisiana Members.
This exhibition began on January 23rd and will continue until the 17th of May, 2020. Mixing science with art, the Belgian artist Ann Veronica Janssens works with light effects, mists, color trails and reflective optical illusions and invites you to see her work and discover with her as she experiments with light. For further information contact: MAIL@LOUISIANA.DK, +45 49190719
January, 23rd - April 26th, 2020
Feminist trailblazer and 60’s activist again the Vietnam War, Nancy Spero’s work reflects the political oppression, racism, hegemony and other power structures in the world. Her works are on paper as she moves between painting, collage, and installations.
August 22nd, 2019 - March 8th, 2020
‘Generation Wealth’ is a photographic series reflecting the world’s obsession with beauty and wealth and highlights the super-wealthy 1%. Documented by photographer and documentarist, Lauren Greenfield (US) the exhibition looks at 25 years of consumerism and the culture behind it.
October 18th, 2019 - April 5th, 2020
Mexican architect Tatiana Bilbão’s work reflects Mexico’s architectural history and culture and how her home country having little resources makes the most of its resources.
If you’re fascinated by Nordic design principles, you’re in luck! Denmark is known for its contributions to the design world from our own Jakob Wagner, to firms like HAY. There are plenty of upcoming talents creating about the city making it a goldmine for new concepts.
Thursday, January 30th - Sunday, February 2nd
Opening Hours: Thursday 9.00 - 17.00
Friday 9.00 - 17.00
Saturday 9.00 - 17.00
Sunday 9.00 - 17.00
Location: MCH Messecenter Herning, Vardevej 1, 7400 Herning, Denmark
Entry Fee: 200kr. Per person
Though this event is in another region of Denmark, I feel it important to Danish design as it is a fair that showcases a great deal of Danish design and interior brands that you should know about. At this annual event that’s been going on for 35 years, you’ll have the chance to participate in talks, debates, and other activities. If anything, browse the formland website for names and then have at keeping up on who’s making their mark in Denmark’s design community!
This is an event that the wonderful team at HAY shared with me and in turn, I will share with you. Finders Keepers is an annual event in Copenhagen (Saturday, March 7th - Sunday, March 8th, 2020) showcasing Danish designers. Ticket prices vary as you can choose from a Day, Early-bird, or weekend ticket.
You can thank me later if you find a designer that speaks to your design needs! Here’s a directory of Danish designers whose work you may want to see and buy. If you think this is useful for you, let me know!
You know the night-time is the right time, to get out and see the city lights and toss your cares into the night air! Whether it’s to meet up with friends to catch up from the busy week, a hot date, or fly solo and see where the night takes you, here’s a list of bars and restaurants to get you started!
Opening hours: Monday- Tuesday closed
Wednesday- Thursday 16:00 - 00:00
Friday- Saturday 14:00 - 02:00
Sunday 16:00 - 00:00
***changes may occur due to private bookings***
Location: Åboulevard 9AB, 1635 København
Contact: +45 22 72 82 55, firstname.lastname@example.org
Experience a taste of Caribbean cocktails made by the man of the house Dexter and his talented staff. It’s an international crowd and the cool reggae and soul sounds are always in supply! It’s a cool joint located by the lakes of Copenhagen with a Caribbean feel!
Time: 16.00 -
Location: Nybrogade 10 / 1203 København K, email@example.com
+45 33 93 12 03
A staple of the Copenhagen cocktail scene, RUBY is known for its quality cocktails. Whatsmore, this cocktail bar location goes far back as the 17th century when it was a popular location for fishermen to drink after a long hard day of work, as well as a book press and a bank, and even is the founding location to the Danish Spirits Producers, in 1882.
Time: Opening hours
Summer 2020 - June 30th - July 23rd, 2020 - Closed.
Mon: Closed/Open only for events/Enquire with us Tues-Thurs: 20:00 → 02am Fri-Sat: 19:00 → 03am Sun: Closed/Open only for events/Enquire with us
Location: Stenosgade 1, 1616 Copenhagen V, +45 29 29 92 76, firstname.lastname@example.org
Themed after the speakeasies in the US during the prohibition ’20s and ’30s with jazz, swing, and blues music in the air. Here’s another Copenhagen cocktail bar with an intriguing history of gangsters and pubs since the Second World War. Come have a drink created by one of Denmark’s top bartenders, Humberto Marques, from Portugal.
Location: Hotel Sanders, Tordenskjoldsgade 15, DK – 1055 København K
+ 45 46 40 00 40
Named after the red velvet curtain that has been at the Royal Danish Theatre since 1932, TATA is more than a hotel bar with an elegant and classic, but definitely cozy feel to it. Experienced bartenders who know their stuff, but if beer is your thing, they have their own!
Sunday to Wednesday: 8.00-20.00
Thursday to Saturday: 8.00-16.00
Thursday to Saturday: 18.00-23.00
Every day: 8.00-20.00
Location: Refshalevej 141, 1432 Copenhagen, Denmark
+45 31 26 65 61
Dinner and a trip to the sauna? La Banchina is all those things and more! It seats 16 and the staff prides itself on its sustainable practices like natural, organic, biodynamic food that is locally sourced. They don’t serve meat, but fish and of course wine - does Jesus work here? La Banchina’s sustainable practices don’t stop with the food and therefore include their staff and the vendors they work with. Drinks and snacks are available outside of kitchen hours.
Time: 7.30 - late
9.00 - 14.30 breakfast and lunch (weekends 15.00)
17.30 - 21.30 dinner (weekends 22.00)
Location: Il Buco, Njalsgade 19C, DK-2300 Denmark
+45 26 74 65 44, email@example.com
Much like its sister restaurant La Banchina, IL Buco focuses on sustainable practices for food and staff. Their menu changes according to the seasonal produce and to their vendors. Homemade pasta and pasta, snacks, drinks, dinner, and wine; sounds like you need to get over there!
When was the last time you went to a concert and saw your favorite performer, or supported a new and upcoming act? From rock to jazz and electronica and more, Copenhagen is known to be a pitstop and a haven for some of the world’s most talented and famous musicians!
Opening Hours: Mandag – Torsdag - 19.00 - 05.00
Fredag – Lørdag - 20.00 – 05.00
Søndag - 19.00-05.00
Friday, Saturday & Sunday - 21.00 – 1.00
Location: Kompagnistræde 11, 1208 København K, +45 33 11 60 98
One of, if not the longest-running jazz spots in Copenhagen. Even if you’re not into jazz, you’ll want to get a taste of the raw talent that surfaces at this joint. All the local jazz talent have cut their teeth here! You never know when the occasional headliner name is bound to drop by, which is always a treat!
Friday, January 31st
HANS ULRIK, JACOB CHRISTOFFERSEN, THOMAS FONNESBÆK & ZOLTAN CSÖRZ
Time: 21.00 - 1.00
Entry Fee: 100kr.
Saturday, February 1st
JAN HARBECK LIVE JIVE JUNGLE
Sunday, February 2nd
JAM SESSION W. MADS SØNDERGAARD & ANDREAS FRYLAND
Entry Fee: Free
Tuesday, February 4th
LOVE LA FONTAINE
Time: 20.00 - 3.00
Friday, February 7th
ALICE CARRERI, JACOB FISCHER, ANDREAS MØLLERHØJ & TOM JENSEN
Saturday, February 8th
ALICE CARRERI, KJELD LAURITSEN, STAFFAN WILLIAM-OLSSON 6 TOME OLSTAD
Sunday, February 9th
Jam Session with Kjeld Lauritsen & Tom Olstad
Entry Fee: Free
Friday, February 14th
Ann Farhold, Bo Møller, Thomas Fonnesbæk & Zoltan Csörz
Sunday, February 16th
Jam Session with Pelle von Bülow, Anders Fjeldsted & Andreas Fryland
Friday, February 21st
Kirsten Louise, Jacob Fischer, Andreas Møllerhøj & Andreas Fryland
Saturday, February 22nd
Klas Lindquist, Magnus Hjorth, Anders Fjeldsted & Snorre Kirk
Sunday, February 23rd
Jam Session with Jan Harbeck, Morten Ankarfeldt & Snorre Kirk
Friday, February 28th
Caroline Bugala, Marie Helmer Mørch, Kjeld Lauritsen & Espen Laub
Saturday, February 29th
Michael Blicher, Mads Søndergaard & Andreas Svendsen
Thursday, February 6th - Saturday, February 29th
If you’re a jazz fan or enjoy the cozy setting of a jazz scene, then check out the list of amazing shows going on in Copenhagen and around Denmark!
Since 1979, the Copenhagen Jazz Festival has become a staple in summer festivals about Copenhagen and known to the world as a jazz hot-spot. Every February since 2001 the Vinter Jazz Festival takes place throughout Denmark showcasing local and international jazz talents from around the globe.
For more information contact: Copenhagen Jazz Festival Fonden, firstname.lastname@example.org, +45 3393 2013.
Location: Niels Hemmingsens Gade 10, 1153 København
In the center of Copenhagen facing the Helligåndskirken is where you’ll find this mid-sized venue, around the corner from Strøget, the city’s walking street. Hotel is host to numerous Danish bands, as well as international bands. Inside you’ll find that the decor is of years past but stylish nonetheless. Here’s a list of February shows at Hotel Cecil:
Wednesday, February 5th
HENRIK LINDSTRAND (S)
Entry Fee: 195kr. +tax
Thursday, February 6th
Entry Fee: 140kr. +tax
Friday, February 7th and 13th
GENTS + SUPPORT: SPECIAL - K
Entry Fee: 200kr. +tax
Wednesday, February 12th
Thursday, February 13th
EXTRA CONCERT - GENTS + SUPPORT: SPECIAL - K
ISOBEL CAMPBELL (SCO)
Saturday, February 15th
ALICE BOMAN (S)
Monday, February 17th
Tuesday, February 18th
Thursday, February 20th
Entry Fee: 130kr. +tax
Monday, February 24th
MOSES BOYD (UK)
Entry Fee: 160kr. +tax
SCHOOL OF X +SUPPORT: DIRT BIKE
Entry Fee: 150kr. +tax
FIRST FLUSH + SUPPORT: JENNY
Genre: Heavy Metal
Entry Fee: 530kr - 640kr. +tax
Celebrating 20 years together, the US heavy metal band Slipknot is back promoting their World Tour ‘We Are Not your Kind.’
Entry Fee: 380kr.- 480kr. +tax
The English hip-hop/rap star is back to promote his “H.I.T.H. World Tour 2020” and his latest album, “Heavy Is The Head.” During his last show in Copenhagen he graced the stages at Roskilde Festival 2018.
Saturday, 22nd - Royal Arena
Genre: Electro-pop, Alternative
Entry Fee: 280kr. - 495kr.
Promoting her third studio album “Manic” Grammy Nominated Halsey has sold over a million albums and has had her music streamed over six billion times.
Entry Fee: 220kr.
MGP is the biggest event of the year for the whole family to enjoy! Kristian Gintberg and Joakim Ingversen will be your hosts. The show will air on tv on February 29th, at 20.00. Get your tickets at www.drbillet.dk.
Entry Fee: 220kr. - 470kr.
The finalist will be in the spotlight as all eyes will be on MGP, Denmark’s biggest event of the year for the whole family to enjoy! Kristian Gintberg and Joakim Ingversen will be your hosts. The show will air on tv on February 29th, at 20.00. Get your tickets at www.drbillet.dk.
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