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Kødbyens Mad & Marked | Meatpacking District Food & Market
Every Saturday through September 26, 2015
Located in Kødbyen (literally “meat-city”), Copenhagen’s Meatpacking District boasts over 70 food stalls, along with fresh produce and home goods. Vendors aim to keep their food simple and affordable.
Københavns Pinsekarneval | Copenhagen’s Whitsun Carnival
May 23-24, 2015
During this two day celebration, the heart of Copenhagen beats to the sound of Brazil. Parades bring Samba to the streets, along with floats, traditional costumes, workshops, and performances.
Ølfestival | Beer Festival
May 28-30, 2015
This three-day festival is a must for beer enthusiasts. Bringing together hundreds of different beers from breweries in Denmark and abroad, the program offers tastings, presentations, and award ceremonies.
June 3-7, 2015
Denmark’s largest outdoor party and club festival, Distortion attracts nearly 300,000 people to the streets of Copenhagen every year. The the best part of the event? It’s absolutely free.
June 27 - July 4, 2015
The largest music festival in Northern Europe, Roskilde regularly draws in 80,000 people to see some of the biggest names in music. This year’s lineup includes Florence + The Machine, Paul McCartney, Kendrick Lamar, Disclosure, Muse, and Nicki Minaj.
Copenhagen Fashion Week
August 5-7, 2015
Every January and August Copenhagen hosts the Nordic world’s largest fashion event: Copenhagen Fashion Week.
August 5-9, 2015
The Eurogames is a blockbuster event in Stockholm, coming up just after Pride. Come celebrate multi-talented athletes in one of the largest LGBTQ events in the world!
August 11-15, 2015
When Copenhagen’s Gay Pride hits the city, it’s an all out celebration of love and Nordic beauty. Now in its 24th year, Pride offers parties and events in the days leading up to the parade.
Copenhagen Art Week
August 21-30, 2015
During this ten day celebration, art unfolds in every corner of the city. This year’s theme is “shared space.”
September 17-19, 24-27 & October 1-3, 2015
For the seventh annual Copenhagen Oktoberfest, expect strapping Nordic men in lederhosen, beautiful Nordic women in dirndls, lots of beer, German food, and authentic Bavarian music.
Copenhagen Blues Festival
September 23-27, 2015
This five day festival brings together an international lineup of blues performers, both traditional and new, established and young.
Julebryg-Dag | Christmas Brew Day
November 6, 2015
Also known as J-Day, the first Friday in November is when Christmas beer goes on sale. It’s a national day of celebration.
Christmas In Tivoli Gardens
November 15 - January 3, 2015
The Tivoli Gardens during the holiday season are an absolute must-see for anyone in Copenhagen. Set across 1200 square meters, this is the ultimate Christmas market, complete with Santa’s reindeer in their pens, wooden houses covered in snow, amusement park rides, and over 50 market stalls.