Popular Danish acts to play benefit concert for refugees

D-A-D, Turboweekend, Aura, Wafande, Pharfar and Vild Smith will perform at Store Vega on February 11

D-A-D, Turboweekend, Aura, Wafande, Pharfar and Vild Smith are just some of the popular Danish acts performing at a charity concert for refugees on February 11.

The concert will take place at Store Vega in Copenhagen and is organised by a nonprofit organisation Fair Welcome, which is dedicated to welcoming refugees in a warm and fair way.

Profits from the benefit concert will be donated to supporting the organisation’s work in Denmark and on the Greek island of Lesbos.





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