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Good because Danish is proud to announce that we are bringing two wonderful Danish artists to Poland this spring! During the showcase festival Spring Break in April in Poznań, we will present with Ida Wenøe and SHERPA two different faces of the Danish music scene to a Polish audience.

Ida Wenøe

Ida Wenøe – a female troubadour, singer-songwriter and one of Good because Danish favourite artists – recently released her debut solo album “Time Of Ghosts”. As she is a born traveller, she brings her music to every place where there are people to listen to it. And we think there will be a few in Poznań, too!

Ida’s melancholic, honest lyrics and the organic sound based on guitar, create an intimate atmosphere, both on the record and live.

SHERPA

SHERPA has a unique spark that lightens up in his music, making it a collection of pop songs to cuddle, but most of all – to dance. Along with producer Tore Nissen, SHERPA is currently creating new music and trying out different directions. His show in Poznań will therefore be quite a surprise for everyone!

Don’t forget to bring your dancing shoes, because you can be sure of having an energetic, fun time with SHERPA!

We’re very excited to bring a good mix of delicacy, energy, singer-songwriter and clever pop music to Poznań in April! Mark your calendars and join us at Enea Spring Break Festival between 21. and 23. April when we will be presenting Ida Wenøe and SHERPA:

Good because Danish presents Ida Wenøe and SHERPA
at Enea Spring Break Festival 2016
23.04.2016 – Poznań (PL): Alternativa Club – Event on Facebook


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