Trailerpark Festival 2016

Summer is in full blossom and so are the summer music festivals all over Europe. After the excitement of NorthSide Festival and Roskilde Festival, we can’t wait for at least one more Danish event that became dear to our hearts since the very first time we attended it in 2013… TRAILERPARK FESTIVAL!

The lovely artistic event takes place at Copenhagen Skatepark and will attract lovers of good music and art between 28. and 30. July 2016. And it will be special for sure, most of all since it’s Trailerpark’s 10th anniversary this year!

The music line-up of this year’s edition combines really cool names and makes us count down the days until the kick off of the event. With a programme featuring LISS, phlake, Velvet Volume, Tomas Barfod, M.I.L.K., Kentaur, Gents, EXEC, Wangel, JÆRV, Teenage Love, Kasper Bjørke & Sexy Lazer, Taragana Pyjarama b2b oohmm and many more gems, we are sure Trailerpark Festival 2016 will be a blast.

But don’t forget about the art side of the event, where you’ll be able to check out works of artists from all over the world, including the Danish representatives Hvass&Hannibal, Obscura, Line Finderup Jensen, Marie Boye & Julie Cetti or Phuc Van Dang.

A pretty new part of Trailerpark Festival is Trailerpark I/O with talks, exhibitions, labs, talents and films around the exciting and relevant themes of virtual worlds, the spying society, responsive materials, computational creativity and conversational interfaces.

Sounds like the end of July will be interesting music- and art-wise in Copenhagen! Check out the full line-up in the video below and see you at CPH Skatepark soon :)

28-30.07.2016 – Copenhagen: Copenhagen Skatepark – Event on Facebook

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