Denmark is a music festival nation and there's an event to satisfy your taste in music at any point of the year. Join 80,000 others in a field at Northern Europe's biggest music festival or sit back and relax in an outdoor café to the smooth sound of jazz in Copenhagen's historic streets.
If you're visiting Copenhagen in late May/start June, you need make a choice. You can either stay away from the neighbourhoods of Nørrebro and Vesterbro or join us and thousands of other Danes at one of Europe's largest street parties! Not such a difficult choice after all, huh? Because Distortion is an over-the-top, mobile party-extravaganza that's surely not to be missed.
Join more than 80,000 others in a Danish rite of passage – the Roskilde Festival. Spend a week in a field with some of the biggest names in music, dancing with the happiest people in the world. The full line up has been announced and we guarantee there is something for everyone.
The city of Copenhagen comes to life when the sounds of jazz ring through the streets, city squares, jazz clubs and unique concert halls during the summer’s Copenhagen Jazz Festival. Enjoy live jazz on the street and at open-air venues, all in the very heart of historical Copenhagen.
Tinderbox is one of the newer additions to the music festival scene in Denmark, but it has already become one of Denmark's most respected music festivals. Thousands of music fans make their way to Odense in the end of June to see a mix of international stars and local artists across three thrilling days.
Musik i Lejet is a three days festival with music, dancing, fresh ocean air, sand between your toes, sunsets and beach parties. Head to the seaside village of Tisvildeleje on the Danish Riviera, just 1 hour north of Copenhagen, but please note that tickets tend to sell out on the day the ticket sale opens in the beginning of December!
Smukfest, also known as Skanderborg Festival or Denmark's most Beautiful Festival, is a Danish music festival that takes place every summer during the second weekend of August in the beautiful beech forest "Skanderborg Dyrehave". It can be tricky to get tickets to the festival as the Danes tend to snatch them on the day the ticket sale opens!