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Music gets you in a good mood, lift your spirit, evoke different emotion in your soul, and is worth travelling for. In Denmark you will find many different music events all-year-round with both known and unknown bands, within all genres. Enjoy your holiday with music in Copenhagen or other places exploring this beautiful land.
Music events in Denmark
You can take part in a plenty of music events: festivals or great concerts. Either it is possible to get smaller musical experiences at a café or pub with live music. You will find all sorts of music genres from folk music, jazz and rock to classical concerts in churches, libraries, museums or outdoors areas and parks. You'll find a great selection of music events during the year in Denmark.
Among the biggest events are Tivoli Rock Fridays and Rock Music Festival in Roskilde, which is popular far beyond Denmark! Tivoli is an entertainment park in the heart of Copenhagen and online casino with the same name Tivoli Casino.
Roskilde Rock Music Festival
Roskilde Festival is more than just music, art, food and parties. Much more. It is the 8 day celebration of being together of different people from a variety of countries, it is celebration of diversity. With festival event Roskilde team wants to encourage people to make donations, to collaborate with different organizations working for more equality in the world.
Roskilde Festival supports a wide range of non-profit projects all over the world: humanitarian, cultural, social etc. Buying a ticket to Roskilde Festival or being a volunteer at the festival, you become a part of the great programme which major focus is on increasing the quality of life for many people around the world.
Roskilde festival is 100% non-profit. This means that they donate all their profits to charity after each festival. They have been doing this since 1972, and always will.
They support humanitarian and social organizations and initiatives all round the world.
Buying a festival ticket or volunteering at the festival helps improve the quality of life for many people around the world. Thank you very much for is you choose to be the part of this great event!
Since 1971, Roskilde Festival has generated more than DKK 385 million for Doctors Without Borders, Amnesty, Save the Children, the Danish Collection and many other organizations and projects. At Roskilde Festival 2018, there were generated DKK 19.2 million.
About the association Roskilde Festival
The association Roskilde Festival is behind the event Roskilde Festival. The association gets pretty much all the funds from the annual festival.
The association Roskilde Festival does not receive applications for donations. They identify projects and initiatives that they would like to support to ensure synergy between the festival's core values, focus areas and donations.
Tivoli Rock Music Fridays
Tivoli has unveiled this year's Friday Rock program in April 2019, and as usual, the concert series features a large number of Danish artists seasoned with a small handful of international stars.
Today's biggest reveal is arguably Lauryn Hill, who last year could celebrate the 20th anniversary of the masterpiece 'The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill', which is still the only album in the American rapper's discography to this day. On the occasion of the anniversary, Hill has been on an extensive tour, which in late 2018 brought her to Copenhagen, and for August there is a new visit.
Friday rock extends for a total of 24 Fridays, and the program's other international features include Jason Derulo, Tom Jones and then Thomas Dybdahl, performing the same night as When Saints Go Machine - here both artists will be accompanied by Tivoli Copenhagen Phil.
Of course, there are concerts from a large number of Denmark's biggest names, and among others Mø, Suspekt, Medina, DAD, The Minds of 99 and Gnags are ready to enter the stage on their own, while the habit is also believed to be evenings with several artists on the program. For example, The Crazy Pose and TopGunn are on the same night, while Infernal and Out of Control have also been put together.
The Minds of 99 opens this year's Friday Rock on April 12, while Citybois and Hugo Helmig have the honor of closing down the concert line on September 20.
Last week, Tivoli also announced the program for Little Friday, which offers concerts with young Danish artists for 22 consecutive Thursdays.
Next year 2020 they plan to arrange again Rock Fridays or RockFredage in Danish!
Fill your life with music: Listen, play, enjoy music in your ears and in your heart!