Mid-July Music: Better Psyched out than dull in

Cph Psych Fest
July 13-16; Christiania; 685kr

If you are looking for a alternative to the typical summer festivals the Danes migrate to each summer, the four-day Psych Festival in Christiana might be an option to consider.

The line-up of mostly Scandinavian artists (with a few exceptions) takes place at several venues, including Loppen, in the freetown of Christiania.

Due to the high demand for tickets for the Psych Festival in 2015, which sold out quickly, this year’s event will have a larger capacity to enable more Psych fans to enjoy the music they love. (GD)


Fri 15 July, 22:00; Tivoli; entry included with admission

The French electro-pop duo Air will be performing at Tivoli for a one-of-a-kind show. The duo gained popularity through their critically acclaimed album Moon Safari, which was released in 1998. (GD)

Joss Stone

Mon 18 July, 20:00; Amager Bio; 385kr

The British soul singer, who sprang to fame in 2003 with the release of her debut album The Soul Sessions aged just 16, has been curiously underestimated in recent years, possibly due to a few dodgy acting ventures and being incredibly rich. (GD)

Oh Land

Fri 22 July, 22:00; Tivoli; entry included with admission

It promises to be a rainy month, but the gods will be hard-pushed to piss it down on Oh Land when she sings ‘White Nights’ this July. The Junior Voice judge has had a massive couple of years, and this concert is unmissable. (GD)

Wolf Alice

Wed 13 July, 19:00, Vega; 210kr

The North London four-piece alternative rock band will arrive fresh from appearing at Glastonbury for the third consecutive year. Formed in 2010, they did not release a full album until 2015, although a few singles has kept the wolf at bay. (GD)