COPENHAGEN SAKURA FESTIVAL
Langelinie Park, 17.-18 april
Due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic the Copenhagen Sakura Festival (CSF) 2021 will not be held as a physical event at Langelinie Park. However, instead of cancelling the event altogether, the CSF committee has decided to move the festival online and create a virtual version of the festival this year.
The virtual event will utilize the CSF website (sakurafestival.dk) as venue and will consist of several videos showcasing Japanese culture, Japan-related associations, businesses, restaurants, etc.
Charlottenborg Kunsthal, 21 april - 2 maj
CPH: DOX, Copenhagen International Documentary Film Festival, is one of the largest.
CPH: DOX works to become the best film festival in and for the world. It strives to realize the potential for change that art and documentary film has: to be the potential to change the social context, regardless of whether the subject is political, philosophical, experimental or simply illuminates a narrow part of the world. Documentaries always expand and counteract the recipient's perception of reality.
The festival is centered around Konsthallen Charlottenborg, CPH: DOX's internationally acclaimed festival mansion, which houses everything from film screenings and concerts to international industry activities.
The Charlottenborg Art Gallery also offers a less common cinema, a spectacular Virtual Reality cinema, a featured art exhibition, an interactive exhibition and several conversation and lounge areas.
DYRENE I HAKKEBAKKESKOVEN
TIVOLI Glassalen, 29. april - 16. maj
Hakkebakke forest is full of different animals. The climbing mouse who loves music; Harepus, who bakes cakes; The weird teddy bear father; and the little Forest Mouse who just wants everyone to be good friends. The animals live in tolerability under the laws of the forest. But something threatens peace. Mikkel Ræv loves to eat his neighbors and only by keeping together - despite differences - can the other animals in the forest cope.
The animals in Hakkebakkeskoven are about some of life's biggest themes: About keeping together, taking care of each other - and seeing the strength of our differences. But even though the themes are great, Pelle Koppel's set-up is playfully light, humorous, and full of small musical masterpieces.
The animals in Hakkebakkeskoven are presented in collaboration with Teater V.
PÅSKE I TIVOLI
27 MARS -> 5 APRIL
Spring is on its way! Get in the Easter mood with beautiful daffodils, colourful Easter eggs and soft Easter lambs - along with fun surprises - when Tivoli celebrates Easter. Look forward to an inspired Easter universe with spring entertainment on the program.
The Easter magic awaits in Tivoli from March 27 to April 5, every day from 11.00-20.00. For the rest of April, it is open Friday to Sunday.
When planning your visit to Tivoli, be aware that we have taken a few COVID-19 considerations into account to take good care of our guests and staff. This means the following for your next Tivoli visit:
Before visiting Tivoli, make a reservation. The reservation is the time you arrive at the Garden.
Guests from the age of 15 must bring documentation of a negative COVID-19 test that is no more than 72 hours old.
In connection with the presentation of documentation for a negative test, guests from the age of 15 must present ID.
If you have been infected with COVID-19, there is no requirement to present a negative test. In this case, documentation of a positive COVID-19 test, which has been carried out at least 14 days and at most 12 weeks before the time of the Tivoli visit, must be presented.
Guests must book a ride in selected rides via the digital ride queue in Tivoli's app.
Read more about the various initiatives on this page, which we update regularly. https://www.tivoli.dk/da/praktisk/tivoli+aabner