Frost Festival 2015 - blog

Winter time in Denmark can be hard to handle. Therefore, it’s good to have something to look forward to in the field of music, something that warms us up on these cold days. This “something” could definitely be the unique Frost FestivalCopenhagen’s “coolest festival” will be back between 1. February and 1. March 2015. So the city will be in for one or the other adventure in the next weeks!

The idea behind Frost Festival is to deliver live music to the audience, but not in “traditional” concert settings. Each year the wonderful Frost organizators find unusual surroundings for artists to perform. This year is no different. During February, you’ll be able to see many Danish and international acts playing in the most amazing places. You can find the full list of events happening during Frost Festival 2015 on the official website HERE.

To bring you into the mood for the festival, Good because Danish put together a YouTube playlist with different live performances or sessions by some of the featured Danish artists from this year’s line-up – such as Sekuoia, Ulige Numre, Maggie Björklund and more. Take a look below!

Oh, and if you’re going to any of the shows of Frost Festival 2015 – don’t forget to take photos and share them with the festival’s official hashtag #frost15. If you’re adding our hashtag #goodbecausedanish, we will make sure to re-post some your pictures on our Instagram @goodbecausedanish, too.

01.02.-01.03.2015 – Copenhagen:
different locations

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