Listen and learn: Copenhagen Songwriters Festival 2014

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August 11th, 2014 12:56 pm| by admin
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The sixth annual Copenhagen Songwriters Festival will be coming back to the nation’s capital starting on Wednesday August 13. 

The festival, which features over 150 artists over four days, will kick off with back-to-back free opening parties on Wednesday and Thursday. 

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Not only can you catch some great international music such as Interpol’s Paul Banks and American festival-founder Brett Perkins’ band the Pawnshop Preachers, but there are music workshops for aspiring singer-songwriters.


Copenhagen Songwriters Festival 2014

Råhuset, Onkel Dannys Plads 1-9, Cph V; August 13-17, daily 17:00-02:00; 100kr for single day pass, 300kr for festival pass

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