September Events: The ultimate one-stop place for internationals in Denmark to ask questions

International Citizen Days
Sep 24-25, Fri 16:00-20:00 & Sat 10:00-15:00; DGI-Byen, Tietgensgade 65, Cph V; free adm
This two-day event is part of the ‘Welcome September’ initiative, a collaborative effort to make internationals in Denmark feel they are wanted. More than 65 partners have joined forces to make this a one-stop place to ask questions: about housing, education, jobs … you name it.

English Comedy Night
Sep 8. 19:00; Copenhagen Admiral Hotel, Toldbodgade 28, Cph K; 125kr, only online advance sales via
CPH POST columnist Adrian Mackinder returns to host no less than six stand-up comedians! Headliner Rory O’Hanlon (Ireland) is supported by Isabel Arnold (Germany), Dennis Vansant (Belgium), Greg Mittenhuber (USA) and Marco Moretti (Italy). Regular readers might know Dennis as the co-owner of Bar 1420 in Nørrebro.

English Speakers
Sep 16-18, 17:00-20:00; Skuespilhuset, Skt Annæ Plads 36, Cph K; 120kr
Take a performative sonic journey through linguistic structures and poetic and musical genres linked to the English language. Expect both verbal inflectional R&B and serenades about insults on this 70-minute-long new composition that intertwines speech and song. (NJB)

Infinite Deep
Sep 4-Jan 16; Nikolaj Kunsthal, Nikolaj Plads 10, Cph K; 40kr
Curator Christian Nørgaard had exclusive access to David Lynch’s photo archives to make this exhibition. It’s tailor-made to fit in with the gothic style of Nikolaj Kunsthals Øvre Galleri og Tårn. The church tower dates back to the 16th century. (NJB)

Copenhagen Metal Fest
Sep 17-18, 14:00-00:00; Amager Kulturpunkt, Øresundsvej 6, Cph S; free adm
Just like in 2019, all of the bands performing at the festival are exclusively Danish. Embracing as many sub-genres as possible, this is a great chance to appreciate the Danish metal scene. (NJB)

Kill-Town Death Fest VIII
ongoing, ends Sep 5, 15:00-00:00; Pumpehuset, Axeltorv 8, Cph K; free adm
Death metal ghouls and fiends of the world, it’s with disgusting pleasure that Pumpehuset can announce the 8th edition of the Kill-Town Death Fest. Four days of death beckons involving 36 bands, three stages, a metal market, horror cinema, food, drinks and death metal freaks from across the globe. (NJB)

Salsa Latin Party
Sep 25, 19:30-02:30; Støneriet, Blågardsplads 5, Cph N; 150kr
Cubakultur and El Studio invite everyone to a night filled with salsa. During the day, and the day before, there will be a lot of guest workshops featuring some of the Cuban dancers from the Salsa Camp. Everyone is welcome! (NJB)

Rave at the Candy Factory
Sep 3, 22:00-05:00; Bolsjefabrikken, Ragnhildgade 1, Cph N; 30kr
Drum & Bass Klubben, Studio 7 and Bolsjefabrikken are holding an epic two-room night with a lot of local talent! It’s going to be great to be back with a blast! The event is cash-only and the capacity is 700, so make sure you come in good time. (NJB)

Karina – concert
Sep 23, 20:00; Musikcaféen, Rådhusstræde 13, Cph K; from 100kr
Karina (Karin Mäkiranta & Helmi Tikkanen), a dream pop duo from Helsinki, are touring with their second album. Karina’s first album was nominated for the Nordic Music Prize and championed by BBC 6 Music, BBC Radio 2, and more. (NJB)

The Lockdown After Party
ongoing, ends Sep 5, 20:00-05:00; Pablo, Studiestræde 5, Cph K; 100kr
Pablo is celebrating the end of corona restrictions with this year’s biggest party. The dress code is smart casual and the club is strictly 21+. Do not forget your corona pass and make sure you secure a table by reserving at or 2758 2670. (NJB)

Kite Festival
Sep 19, 10:00-14:00; Mosede Fort, Greve; free adm
Come to the Mosede Fort and enjoy a day filled with kite-related activities. The festival is aimed at all age groups. It is a good opportunity to enjoy our scenic surroundings with wind in the hair and colour in the cheeks in company with others. (NJB)

Prince Gallery reopening
Sep 4, 14:00; Hauser Place 16A, Cph K
Enjoy the latest exhibition using a VR headset as the gallery reopens following a lengthy closure.

Happy Days
Sep 3-25, 20:00; Teatret ved sorte Hest, Vesterbrogade 150, Cph V; 205 kroner,
Sue Hansen-Styles and Nathan Meister from Why Not Theatre bring Samuel Beckett’s play Happy Days, originally written in 1961, back to life on stage in Vesterbro. The play has lost none of its resonance, as it perfectly lampoons our globalised world with a darkly humorous approach. Advocates of absurdist theatre will surely get their money’s worth.

Resina – concert
Sep 9, 20:00; Musikcaféen, Rådhusstræde 13, Cph K; from 120kr
Karolina Rec is a composer and cellist who has been performing under the Resina moniker since 2016. Her work has been described by The Guardian as “unforgettable”. Resina collaborates with artists of diverse musical genres (including the likes of Ben Frost, Bicep, Christina Vantzou, Daniel Szlajnda, Zamilska and Noon). (NJB)

Bad Movie Club
Sep 4, 21:00-00:30; Husets Biograf, Rådhusstræde 13, Cph K; 70kr
Husets Biograf presents a peculiar movie club where you can see a selection of the world’s worst cinema. This time around, you can indulge in two classics of cinematic disaster: Lady Terminator, which is about a young anthropological student who gets possessed by a spirit of an ancient evil queen, and Strike Commando, which tells the tale of an American soldier on a botched mission during the Vietnam War. (NJB)

The Green Flea Market
Sep 12, 10:00-16:00; Jagtvej 16, Cph N; free adm
Finally, the Green Flea Market can invite you to an event again – and it will be a bigger and even more cosy version this year. Find old treasures and things that have lived several lives. To book a stand, contact organisers via (NJB)

Monday Matchup
Sep 6, 16-20:00; Bastard Café, Rådhusstræde 13, Cph K; free adm
Play boardgames with complete strangers and make friends. Games will be set up and introduced by our gurus as players arrive (or end other games). (NJB)

Copenhagen Half Marathon
Sep 19, 15:15-20:00; free adm
Welcome to the seventh edition of the Copenhagen Half Marathon – an IAAF Gold Label & SuperHalfs event and world record race. CPH Half is organised by Sparta Athletics & Running and the Danish Athletic Federation. The race will begin and end in Fælledparken. (NJB)

Golden Days Festival
Sep 3-19; multiple locations; various tickets
The festival offers more than 230 events and experiences throughout Greater Copenhagen as well as a number of the capital’s surrounding municipalities. The program offers debates, exhibitions, lectures, city walks, parties, film screenings, concerts, performances and much more, including free museum entry in Week 37 for everyone aged 27 and below. (NJB)

Grand Nordic Festival
Sep 23-26, 18:00-22:00; Musikhuset, Vesterbrogade 59, Cph V; from 100kr
The third edition of the Grand Nordic Festival welcomes audiences from Copenhagen, as well as expats, for classical guitar renditions and poetry readings. (NJB)