TrailerparkFestivalpostSummer is in full bloom, Denmark’s capital is showing off with blue skies and sunshine, and there’s events, concerts and festivals happening nearly every day… Also from 31. July to 2. August 2014, when Copenhagen’s Skatepark hosts once again one of the city’s most beautiful symbiosis of creativity, arts and music: Trailerpark Festival!

The annual event, organized and produced by the art collective and creative network community ArtRebels, has since its start in 2007 grown into one of Denmark’s most influential, hip and colorful music and arts happenings. Not only this unique combination of creativity, but also the festival’s high standards – aesthetical as much as musical – attract thousands of visitors every year.

And yet again, this year’s great line-up makes Trailerpark Festival 2014 to a promising highlight of Copenhagen summer. With all-time favorite live gems like Reptile Youth, Sleep Party People or Broke, dear-to-our-hearts acts like Kill J, Heimatt or Get Your Gun who all played their last big shows at Roskilde Festival and other diverse but throughout great names like Sekuoia, Indians, CODY, Communions, Giana Factory or Baby in Vain (and even the literally surprising surprise act Christopher) on the poster – we can’t wait to come back again to Trailerpark Festival! (Have a look into 2014’s final line-up HERE.)


To get even more into Trailerpark-Festival-mood and to see what you can be looking forward to – check out the cool video with impressions from last year’s edition:

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