I prefer concerts in small venues rather then the big arena concerts, with world brand bands. In the small places You are much closer to the stage and the performers, than sitting ½ a mile away and watch everything on a screen. And generally speaking I prefer to stand up at a concert. If you cant dance, its not my kind of place.
Another thing is the prices of the big concerts. It often cost 6-700 kr. and going up to 1000 kr. for a ticket. I would think it would be cheaper, when there are more people? If you are selling 10.000 or 45.000 tickets then it should be cheaper than the 120 tickets they are selling at a small venue. In the small places it cost 50 – 100 kr. I know there is a lot of crew and the show is bigger, and there is more security at the Arena concerts – But where is the money going? Into the pockets of Live Nation, who are the worst concert maker.
So you wont find me at Parken or Royal Arena. No matter who is playing. There are many reasons to find a smaller place. The beer is both better and cheaper. Halleluja and praise the Beer.
If you are feeling board back home in your sofa, its possible to get some inspiration about what to do about it. Nordic Adventure Film Festival (Naff) is taking place in Cinemateket, and shows a whole bunch of movies. Then you can go out and do something yourself. You Live in Denmark. Another life is possible.
For some Real Southern Blues, hear is your chance. Sagaray Rayford is the real thing, so join the party at Amager Bio.
There is female Rock for you at Lille Vega, when Le Regrettes are entering the stage. There is a lot of energy in the concerts, so go ahead and make your Wednesday special.
For some completely different and very authentic you can take a trip to traditional India with Lakha Khan from Rajestan. Its at Alice in Nørrebro.
Some smooth Brazilian dancing at Alice. Kassin are mixing all the genres of Brazil and just have that special unique sound from Rio de Janeiro. A warm dancing evening.
In Loppen a new record Company from Fyn are celebrating something. Its Indie from Fyn, with four different bands. The guest list must be enormous.
For a wilder experience go to Brønshøj Vandtårn and Mardh Laleh performing with electronic Soundscapes. Together with Sleep Parallax they while make the old water tower vibrate.
Vestjysk Ørken play cosmic desert fuzz with roots in 70’s kraut and prog. Spacy rhythms, bone dry fuzz, and a lyrical universe with inspiration from old horror and sci-fi movies. You can find it at Lygtens Kro.
It will get very Heavy in Stengade when Amenra from Belgium are dropping by. Its both quiet and explosive, so be prepared. Supported by E-L-R from Switzerland and Ylva from Australia. Most Probably the best metal concert of the week.
Bokassa is from Norway and are blowing your head of with Metal and hard Rock this evening at Pumpehuset. Maybe you already heard them when where warming up to Metallica at Parken.
In Ungdomshuset there is two Swedish Crust Punk bands ready to tear your ears of. M 40 and Crustches and Two local bands : WxoxT and Wolfblood. Cheap beer for cash only.
If you can get a ticket for the sold out Concert with DR´s Big Band and the new Chief Conductor Miho Hazama playing JAAAZZZZZ you should do it. I have a ticket and you should find one too. Its at the Koncerthuset.
Out on Amager they have Amagerbro Jazz Club. In Jemtelandsgade 3. Kira Skov are singing Billie Holiday.
In Culture Box they have a visit from organizer Hausfrau. They are bringing in DJ´s And this weekend its Margit Cacoon, who are headlining with Deep techno and House. Find your dance shoes.
There is Jazz at Christianias Børneteater. Horse Orkestra are playing. No link. Cash only.
Swedish Psych is full of energy and at Loppen there are two bands: Yuri Gargarin (Great band name from out of space) and Rumdstyrelsen (Also a bit spacy) together with local Måneskjold (Far out in space) they will take you out where there are no gravity and you can dream of flying.
Kogekunst are releasing there second album. Its a bit spacy and weird but also art pop like catchy and entertaining. You have to go to Alice to discover this new band. It will blow you away – sweet and gentle.
Pussy Riot are some of the bravest People I know. What these women have been through, are amazing and I think they are very Courageous. Here they are performing at Lille Vega with a Danish Performance artist – Christian Falsnaes. It might be a once in a lifetime event.
More fast and Loud in Ungeren with Trash Metal from Greece – Rapture and Norwegian Enter Obscurity together with Swedish Commando. No Cards or Mobilpay
In Pumpehuset “Motionless in White” are performing with there Arena metal rock. They are from Pennsylvania USA.
For some electronic vibes and dancing head out for Raahuset at Kødbyen. Sonohat, Chrivu and Tight Cherry are turning the tables for minmalistic House.
In Bumzen, Baldersgade Nørrebro, there is a release party for Cesspool, who have a new 12” out. War Goes On and No Nose are also performing. Punk
Holly Golightly are playing Awkward Rock with an inspiration from Tom Waits and with a lot of Twang. She is from the UK and are performing at Loppen.
In my view Pierre Dørges New Jungle orchestra is one of the best Danish Jazz Bands. Period. Here they are at a Matinee concert starting at 2 Am in Alice. Check it out.
I am sort of falling for Ezra Furman, and this Art Pop univers with simple lyrics. He is a Hero in the queer community and are performing at Lille Vega.
Bob Hund are performing at Vega. The Swedish band Has been playing rock since 1991 and are more vibrant than ever. It can only be a success .