What to see in Copenhagen in April

What to see in Copenhagen in April

01 Apr 2018 Copenhagen Event Art

What to see in Copenhagen in April


It's April already and we're ready to say goodbye to the snow (please!!) and get our groove on for Spring! April is a month to hit the city's streets and prepare yourself for the warm up for summer! 


What to see in Copenhagen in April
 


Copenhagen is a city that likes to party and this month there's one place that all the cool kids are headed to: the hedonistic 48 Hours Festival (28-29 April) taking place in Copenhagen's most funky district Norrebro. 
 
Since 2012 this festival has been celebrating what makes the neighbourhood of Norrebro a hub of creativity, individuality, quirkiness and fun!  

Over two days there is a feast of live musical and artistic events are taking place to tempt every visitor. During the festival local people take to their streets to dance, drink a beer or simply enjoy the amazing people watching! There are live musical concerts, street parties, enough mouth-watering food on sale to take you to calorie heaven and much more. 

If you want to find out what makes this capital of cool really tick make a date with 48Timer. For more information and to see the programme of event visit their website here


What to see in Copenhagen in April


Sakura Festival
28-29th April


Copenhagen is a global city and this spring it has imported the very best in Japanese traditional with the arrival of the Sakura Festival (28 -29 April). Sakura is the pink cherry blossom that flower in springtime creating a breath-taking feast for the senses. 

Langelinie Park is already on every visitors must see list as the home of the iconic Little Mermaid statue, based on the story by the legendary writer Han Christian Andersen. Now this spring be part of this Sakura Festival of Cherry blossom also taking place in the park.

Stroll through the park's 200 cherry trees and meet new friends or take them with you to mark the beginning of the warmer months and nature's spectacular flower show. And there's more with traditional Japanese displays and workshops taking place too. 
To find out more visit here


What to see in Copenhagen in April

Friday Rocks


This is a city that loves to get together and have fun and this April a famed set of musical concerts that mark the forthcoming summer at the world-famous Tivoli Gardens, with the launch of Fredagsrock (13 April-21 September).

Friday Rocks is a well-established place to see the very best in new and emerging musical talent from Denmark and from around the world. A wide range of different music is performed during the season with over half a million people fans joining the party each year! 

This year's Friday Rocks highlights include liveperformances from  a-ha, The Hollywood Vampires (featuring band member Johnny Depp) and Danish household names like Kim Larsen and hip-hop legend L.O.C. 

The concerts have a unique atmosphere as they are performed on a famous open air stage set in the historic Tivoli Garden theme park. Each performance starts at 22.00 on Friday nights and continue throughout the summer.  Once you've paid to enter Tivoli, the concerts are free. 

To find out more visit Friday Rocks here


What to see in Copenhagen in April


Copenhagen Dance Festival

27th-28th April 

If you like to move your booty and shake those hips then April's Copenhagen Dance Festival (27-28 April) might just be the ticket for you! 

This two day dance bonanza is a fete to all dance. You don't need to be a professional or even good to be part of this weekend of riotous fun. 

Over the weekend you can watch professional performances, concerts, be part of workshops and even be part of a huge competition of you feel that you've got what it takes to win! 
To join this fiesta to dance visit their Facebook Event here



What to see in Copenhagen in April


Art Nouveau Extravaganza 


Join the culture vultures and visit Arken Museum of Modern Art, just a short journey from Copenhagen.  Right now and until 3 June you can catch a large exhibition of the Art Nouveau icon Alphonse Mucha.
Mucha, a Czech-born artist is famed for his elaborate advertising poster designs which have become hugely influential- even providing the inspiration for album cover art today.  You can see first-hand posters, jewellery and photographs under the roof of the remarkable Arken Museum, itself an iconic modern building that's well worth a visit. 

To find out more visit here

So this April take to Copenhagen's bustling streets and join Scandinavia's coolest city as it celebrates spring.



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