Ink this date on your arm!

Sep 5-7; Christiania’s Den Grå Hal; 125kr; inkexpo.dk

the Ink Expo is returning to The Grey Hall in Christiania for the third time with lots of best tattoo awards in different categories up for grabs and the chance to admire all manner of weird and wonderful tattoos.

Show off your own skin art or get something permanent etched onto your canvas by one of the convention’s 70 top artists, including the stylish Italian foursome Wisdomless.

Heavy metal band When Water Runs Deep are booked to entertain with plenty of other events promised over the three days. (PS)


(photo: Joshua Pearson)
(photo: Joshua Pearson)

Denmark v Albania
Euro 2016 Qualifier
Sep 4; Telia Parken, Per Henrik Lings Allé 2-4, Cph Ø; parken.dk

Experience the raucous roligan atmosphere of an international game. Currently second in the group, Denmark need a win to put pressure on Portugal and pull three points away from the unbeaten Albanians. (PS)


(photo: iStock)
(photo: iStock)

Copenhagen Inline challenge
Sep 6, 11:00-16:00; start & finish at DR Byen Metro Station; 70-400kr; copenhageninlinechallenge.dk

Get your skates on. Whether you are a seasoned rollerblader or a happy amateur, the race releases around 1,000 skaters on 7km of closed roads. Routes range from a full 6-circuit marathon to a 3km route for kids. (PS)





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