Jazz festival overcomes all manner of weather conditions to wow all-comers

The Malo Seaways was hit by emergency flares over the weekeend (Photo: DFDS)
July 19th, 2014 7:00 am| by admin
facebooktwittergoogle_pluspinterestmail

The Jazz Festival concluded on Sunday after ten days of live music in both Copenhagen and Aarhus, which included more than 1,200 concerts at over 100 different venues.

 

Thousands gathered in all manner of weather conditions at outdoor locations including Højbro Plads, Nyhavn and KBH huset, while others preferred to watch from the close proximity of the bar. 

 

The Malo Seaways was hit by emergency flares over the weekeend (Photo: DFDS)
DFDS hopes to resume Calais service tomorrow
DFDS Seaways services between Dover and Calais remained suspended today aft...
Noma to take a break in Copenhagen in January (Photo: Antissimo)
Noma to close in Copenhagen for ten weeks
Copenhagen’s Noma will shut down for ten weeks next January so the entire...
More and more turbines could be popping up offshore (Photo: Kim Hansen)
More wind farms could be cropping up near the coast
Wind turbines could be popping up along the coastline like, well, wind turb...
It's a Dogg's life (Photo: Jørund Føreland Pedersen)
Rough weekend for the Dogg
US rapper Snoop Dogg's Scandinavian soiree over the weekend was problemati...
It looks barbaric, but the locals call it tradition (Photo: Erik Christensen)
Danish politicians slammed with protests over pilot whale hunt
The traditional grindadráp - the pilot whale hunt - is underway in the Far...
The attempt was eventually abandoned (photo: dinby.dk)
Today’s date: First drilling for oil
The first ever attempt to drill for oil in Denmark took place 80 years ago ...