Frost Festival Copenhagen

Wednesday, Feb 24, 2016 - The Q Apartments Team

Frost Festival Copenhagen

Copenhagen is a fantastic city to visit and serviced apartments are an exceptional way to experience the real Copenhagen and live like a local. Every February the Frost Festival is a highlight with locals and overseas visitors alike. For Q guests visiting Copenhagen in February checking out one of the many acts playing in the city should be at the top of their To Do List. 

February is not traditionally a time of year that is associated with music festivals. But the Frost Festival is not a traditional festival and this is one of many elements that make it different to most. 

The Frost Festival is a series of curated music events taking place in Copenhagen and it takes over both established and alternative venues across the city. Frost presents a wide range of high quality acts, both Danish and International.

What makes the Frost Festival special?

What makes Frost unique to other music events and festivals is the effort put into matching the performing artists with the right settings and “creating beautiful sceneries and surroundings that enchant the audience in the winter darkness”. 

According to the promotional material the festival shines a light on the dark month of February by inviting innovative artists to the festival. Now in its 6th year the festival has welcomed such diverse acts as Wilco and Modeselektor. The success of the festival has been its ability for attracting big name acts and have them play unusual venues. Some of the venues to be used this year include, the Bremen Theatre, Himmelrummet and the Workers Museum Banquet Hall. 

Festival goers can experience local bands like Kentaur and Choir of Young Believers at The Space Theatre. While international acts playing the festival include the enchanting Joanna Newsom. 

When is the Frost Festival on?

The Frost Festival runs from 5th-26th February and there are over 20 shows with plenty to choose from for any of our long stay accommodation guests. For more details see their website

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