Women's National Championship Denmark vs. Sweden
April 11 will be a big day for Danish women's handball, when the Danish women's national team takes to the pitch for a national match in the Royal Arena for the first time. Ticket sales for the match have just started.
Help create a huge handball party when the women's national team plays on Danish soil for the first time since the EC silver medals in April. It is also the first time ever that the women's national team will play in the Royal Arena with space for over 10,000 spectators.
The opponent for the match is our Swedish neighbours.
Not since the WC at home in 2015 has the Danish women's national team played in front of such a potentially large audience on Danish soil.
Denmark meets Sweden on April 11 in the Royal Arena. The match starts at 21.00 and beyond from the stands in the Royal Arena, the match can also be seen on TV2.
Celebrate Queen Margrethe's birthday in Copenhagen.
16 April is HM Queen Margrethe II's birthday. Every year, the day is marked at Amalienborg when the queen and her family appear on the balconies at 12 o'clock. On this occasion, Amalienborg Palace Square is filled with Danes and visitors who wish the queen a happy birthday.
The Royal Life Guard will wear red gala uniforms for the changing of the guard.
Join us for a day of Japanese culture and celebration of the beautiful Sakura trees.
In Japan, the love for the fine cherry trees reaches even greater heights than in the Nordic countries. Once a year, when the trees are in full bloom, families, lovers and friends traditionally meet under the pink flower crowns to dwell in their beauty.
With the Copenhagen Sakura Festival, this Japanese tradition is brought to Copenhagen with a cultural event in Langelinie Park at the end of April. At that time, the area's 200 Sakura trees will stand as a magnificent flower sky over the park.
At the festival, you can immerse yourself in Japanese culture and art forms such as drum shows, folk dances and martial arts. You can test your artistic skills yourself in workshops, listen to exciting lectures or enjoy a cup of tea while admiring the wandering kimonos. Regardless, you will definitely have a culture-rich day with lots of spring atmosphere and Zen.
Danish fans can look forward to a visit from Sam Smith, who will give a concert in the Royal Arena on Saturday 29 April.
This spring, they're set to do it again when the English star transforms the Royal Arena into his very own glittering and glorious universe with his pop basques and quiet bangers on Saturday 29 April.