Hot happenings in Denmark - here are all of the things you should experience
Place: Copenhagen. Dates: 10 – 16 January 2022
January marks the 50-year Jubilee of Her Royal Highness Queen Margrethe II of Denmark. The exhibition “A Queen’s Jewelry Box” will be on at the Amalienborg Museum from 13 January.
Place: Skagen, Denmark. Dates: 27.01.2022 - 30.01.2022
Winter swimmers or the so called "Icebreakers“ - host the annual Skagen Winter Swimming Festival at the tip of the European continent. The Festival welcomes any true Viking and guarantees ice cold sea dips, hot drinks, a close encounter with the unique nature of Skagen.
Place: Herning, Denmark. Dates: 28 January 2022 – 30 January 2022
Herning is hosting one of the biggest art fairs of its kind and is arranged by the Danish Gallery Association and MCH Herning Kongrescenter. Exhibiting at the fair are some of Denmark’s leading art galleries, who bring hundreds of compositions from international, national and new talented artists.
Place: Copenhagen, Denmark. Dates: 1 – 4 February 2022
Copenhagen Fashion Week is the biggest fashion event in Northern Europe and has developed into an internationally renowned event. For every Copenhagen Fashion Week, a simultaneous Copenhagen Fashion Festival takes place, which includes extraordinary exhibitions, cool street parties, mini concerts, competitions, trend shows and shopping events.
Place: All over Denmark. Dates: Dates: 3 – 27 February 2022
Winter Jazz is an annual nationwide music festival. The combination of the festival’s length and the nationwide aspect makes Winter Jazz an ideal opportunity to meet international stars on tour, new Danish award-winning projects and themes like Jazz for Kids, Future Sound of Jazz and Jazz’n’Poetry. Check out when they come to your neighbourhood.
Place: Copenhagen, Denmark. Dates: 4 – 27 February 2022
Copenhagen Light Festival literally shows the city of Copenhagen in a new light by experimenting with colours, movement, and occasionally also sound. This will be done by bringing together a variation of forces in the making of the installations: light artists and designers, students, organisations and commercial partners.
Place: Copenhagen. 23 March – 3 April 2022
CPH:DOX is the official name of the annual Copenhagen International Documentary Film Festival, one of the largest documentary film festivals in the world. Works of major international talent will be portrayed, as well as experimental film/video works in the field between cinema and visual art.
Place: Horsens. 2 – 3 April 2022
Northern Europe’s largest festival for crime fiction, is held every Spring at FÆNGSLET, the infamous former state prison in Horsens. Visitors have the chance to meet popular Nordic/Scandinavian and international writers, publishers and speakers in a true atmosphere of crime fiction.