October Events: Don’t miss the royal event of the year

Kronborg Castle will be abuzz with the news that the king’s daughter is betrothed at the Renaissance Festival

Kronborg Castle is inviting everyone to the engagement party of the daughter of Christian IV and the German prince!

The castle will be accordingly decked out like it’s the 1630s and filled with different activities for the family to enjoy.

While the young ones can dress up as soldiers or nobles of the era, or try out some archery, their parents can enjoy the renaissance fair where they can buy exotic produce and delicacies.

And then everyone is invited to the knights’ tournament and the witchcraft trial.

Renaissance Festival
Oct 11-17, 10:00-17:00; Kronborg Castle, Kronborg 2C, Helsingør; 125kr, family options available; kronborg.dk


As winter approaches, the flea markets are heading indoors and getting bigger! Be fast and find everything from vintage furniture, ceramics, glass and lamps to clothing, watches and kitchenware in the halls of the Bella Center! (AL)

Flea Market at Bella Center
Oct 10; 10:00; Center Boulevard 5, Cph S; loppemarkedibella.dk


 

Denmark are taking on the upcoming European Championship hosts France at Denmark’s national stadium in a friendly. There might be a few spare seats should Danish fans have a closer eye on Albania’s last Euro 2016 qualifier!

Football: Denmark vs France
Oct 11; 20:45; Parken Stadium, Cph Ø; dbu.dk


 

With 13 million followers on social media, Gabriel Iglesias is one of America’s most successful stand-up comedians. Since 2000, he has been filling halls all over the world, from Saudi Arabia to Singapore, and now Denmark.

Stand Up: Gabriel Iglesias
Oct 24; 21:00; DR Koncerthuset, Ørestads Boulevard 13, Cph S; 385kr, billetlugen.dk


 

Dress up in your scariest Halloween costume and come to party. Besides listening to some great old rock tracks, participate in the midnight costume contest and win incredible prizes!

Halloween for adults
Oct 31, 22:30; Hard Rock Cafe, Rådhuspladsen 45-47, Cph V; evensi.com
Enjoy music genres like funk, zamba and bossa nova at this concert for mothers and their newborns (0-18 months) by musicians Sille and Palle. Check out their new disc ‘Hay Baby’.

Concert for mommies & babies
Oct 12, 10:45; Babusjkas Kaffe, Valhalsgade 4, Cph N; pick up free tickets at Osramhuset (open 09:00-15:00 during week 41)





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