GbD recommends 650x60Aarhus Festuge 2014 - 1Last minute recommendation! If you happen to be in Aarhus between 29. August and 7. September 2014 – don’t miss the city’s annual festival week celebrating creative arts and music: Aarhus Festuge!

The event will once again change the lovely, welcoming city of Aarhus into a home of great concerts and events to open your mind and to sooth your soul. And also this year’s programm of Aarhus Festuge is filled to the brim: it contains of 1.000 events happening in 100 different locations during the festival’s 10 days!

From concerts of awesome Danish bands like Treefight For Sunlight, Bottled In England (support: The Gang OK)  or The Rumour Said Fire (with NovemberDecember as support), over the series of shows for the young audience – called “Smells Like Teens”  – with Julias Moon + Lasse Meling or Go Go Berlin to “Ujazz” sessions where Girls in Airports will join forces with Jens Bledstrup – the programme offers something for everyone. There will also happen some unique “mixed” shows which already sound like true gems on paper: for example Nils Frahm and The Cabin Project, the so-called “Trio” shows including a common performance of Broken Twin, Jesca Hoop and Nick Lowe or the final show of Fallulah playing in the Aarhus Domkirke with a boy-choir!

Uff… the program of Aarhus Festuge 2014 is so rich and so packed with magic that you can get lost in all of its wonderfulness.

Thankfully, our friends from the one and only SOUND OF AARHUS can help here! Check out their AARHUS FESTUGE GUIDE, go step by step through the amazing line-up and don’t miss SOA’s recommendations!

Aarhus Festuge 2014
27.08.-07.09.2014 – Aarhus, DK: different venues all over the city – Event on Facebook

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