Early – August events: Get your motor runnin’!

 

CPH Historic GP
Aug 1-2; Bellahøj, Borups Allé, Brønshøj; 145-3,270kr (VIP); chgp.dk

Indulge in nostalgia and enjoy high speeds on the racetrack at the Historic Copenhagen Grand Prix in Bellahøj.

Said to be Europe’s most beautiful street race, there are many more things to do than watching the cars go round.

The CPHGP invites motorists from all over Denmark to exhibit their beautiful vintage cars, and they are definitely worth a look!

The inner circle will be filled with food stands, exhibitions and a large playing area for children.

Besides that, children under 14 years of age can get free entry, so pack the whole family and spend a day at the racetrack.

 

Stella Polaris
Aug 2; Frederiksberg Have, Cph F; 12:00-21:00; free adm; stella-polaris.dk

Enjoy the finest electronic tunes while sunbathing at this iconic chill-out event in Frederiksberg. The event welcomes all ages, making it the perfect way to spend a day with friends and family.

(photo: Orlander_2010)
(photo: Orlander_2010)

 

Cph Fashion Festival
Aug 5-7; various locations; free adm; copenhagenfashionfestival.com

Attend more than 200 fashion events to feed your hunger for new styles, colours and cuts. Besides fantastic sales there will be a high heel race, street parties, catwalk shows and more.

(phoot: istock)
(phoot: istock)




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