8.-10.10 FORUM Copenhagen
The fair is full of offers on natural skin care, health food, dietary supplements, healthy foods - natural, organic, environmentally friendly and of course also vegetarian and vegan. Try alternative treatment and holistic advice or get good advice on diet, nutrition, exercise and healthy living. Experience wellness products for home, body and soul. Hear about and try yoga. 170 exhibitors showcase all the latest, healthiest and best for you and your body. Visit the fair - get tastings, test alternative treatment and participate in exciting lectures.
For more than 27 years, Culture Night has been one of Copenhagen's most well-attended cultural events. When the schools begin their autumn holiday the association Kulturnatten creates a festive evening, where the entire cultural life of the city works together to create joy and inspiration for all of us.
More than 250 museums, theatres, libraries, churches, ministries and parks throughout the city welcome the public during Copenhagen's biggest annual one-day event, and the exciting events show that the city embraces many aspects of its cultural life.
From the inner city to Valby, Carlsberg, Sydhavn, Frederiksberg, Østerbro, Vesterbro, Kødbyen, Nørrebro, Nordvest, Nordhavn, Islands Brygge, Amagerbro and Christianshavn and Holmen the guests will be able to experience the city in a new way with special events that are only held only on this special night.
All they need is their curiosity and a Culture Pass!
Kris Allen & David Cook
17.10 | Hotel Cecil
Kris Allen and David Cook, who have both won "American Idol" and since then have launched successful solo careers, will finally come to Denmark when they give an acoustic concert at Hotel Cecil in Copenhagen on October 17, 2021.
This evening they perform both together and on their own. David Cook took first place in the TV show in 2008, while Kris Allen the following year took home the final victory in one of the most watched seasons ever - and referred Queen singer Adam Lambert to second place.
21.10 | Pumpehuset
Faun, the German pagan folk band that started in Munich in 2002, combines medieval ancient instruments with modern music to create a delightful and powerful atmosphere. The German pagan folk band incorporates traditional themes with modern musical brilliance.
Bolig Mad Design
22.-24.10 | FORUM Copenhagen
Bolig Mad Design is a trade fair bursting with quality. Only the best is good enough, and you can expect a very special experience in Forum on the 22nd-24th. October 2021. We are known for our high standard, and as many as 94% rate us as Denmark's best. Come and get exquisite inspiration to renew your home and your lifestyle. At the fair's culinary area and in the fair's restaurants, you can enjoy exquisite bits of 'The Taste of Denmark' and a cornucopia of local specialties. You will definitely get a taste for something new when some of the country's leading gastronomes and food producers treat you to food and drink.
23.10 | Royal Arena
One of music history's most significant voices comes to Denmark with "Greatest Hits tour 2020". The announcement comes in the wake of the release of the album "The Best Of Me" which was released on October 25 with songs that span the entire career.
He was just twenty-one years old when he released the iconic "Never Gonna Give You Up" and few debut singles have had the same effect. The single instantly took residence on the charts, and the mega-hit became Britain's best-selling single in 1987 and went number one in 16 countries.
Rick Astley has left an indelible mark on pop culture since his appearance in the spotlight almost three decades ago. With well over 40 million records sold, and an enviable back catalog of chart-topping hits, Astley remains one of Britain's most successful soloists ever.
It is therefore with great pleasure that we can once again welcome Rick Astley to Denmark, and this time the audience can find their dancing shoes and look forward to a fantastic hit-packed evening in the Royal Arena.
29.10 | Royal Arena
It is not often that we here at home are honored with visits from Alanis Morissette. Fortunately, Denmark is the first stop on the European part of the tour, when this year she celebrates the 25th anniversary of the release of the breakthrough album and one of the 90's great rock masterpieces "Jagged Little Pill".
Precisely "Jagged Little Pill" stands as a musical time image that both ends an era and begins a new one, and the huge hit "Ironic" is called the ironic 90s generation national anthem. One of Gaffa's reviewers wrote a few years ago about the album: "With Canadian Airlines' firefly came the queen of alt-rock anxiety, which Rolling Stone Magazine very aptly called Alanis, with uncompromisingly honest lyrics about faith, guilt, shame, doubt , oppression, alienation, anger, hatred, love and a little more anger. A concentrate of great, great songwriting art - so many words, opinions, so much existence squeezed into three minute long diary chapters. "
Since 1995, Alanis Morissette has been one of the most influential singers and songwriters of recent times. Her deep expressive music and performances have earned her immense acclaim from reviewers worldwide.
Supporting the Danish concert is the American singer-songwriter Liz Phair. Phair released his debut album "Exile in Guyville" in 1993, and the album has been hailed by Rolling Stone Magazine as one of the 500 best albums ever. Liz Phair has sold close to three million records worldwide, and received two Grammy nominations.