What’s On in Copenhagen: April 2022

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Copenhagen weather in April is notoriously unreliable – from feels-like-summer to rain or even snow, everything’s possible. Meanwhile, the days are getting longer by the minute and Copenhageners chase every ray of sunshine.

Make the most of sunny days with outside activities in Copenhagen (yes, sipping a glass of something on a sunny corner totally counts) and hide in the museum when the weather shows its moody side. Either way, there’s plenty going on in the city this month.

Here are the best events in Copenhagen, from markets and exhibitions to concerts, festivals, films, and so much more.

Friday 1st – Saturday 2nd April

Reffen opening weekend

One of Copenhagen’s most popular summer spots is opening for the season: Swing by Reffen for food, music, and some of the best sunset views in the city. Not ready to go home once its dark? Reffen’s bar and night club ‘‘Werkstatt’’ is open until 4 am.


Culture Box 17th birthday weekend

Culture Box is turning 17 and as the sweet sixteen party failed due to the pandemic, the team will be celebrating with a double nighter. Come and dance from Friday 10 pm.



Friday 1st – Sunday 3rd April

Limestone at Springbrættet 6a

Art collective Limestone is inviting you to a group exhibition at Springbrættet 6a. The exhibition was curated by Damai Syarifuddin and features works by 9 female and non—binary artists. Come by Friday from 7-9 pm, Saturday from 12 noon – 5 pm, and Sunday from 12 noon – 3 pm.



Make the most of the final days of CPH:DOX. One of the world’d biggest documentary film festivals brings a great selection of screenings and other events to venues all over the city. Find the program on the festival website.


Friday 1st – Sunday 10th April

CPH:DOX online

Give your favorite series a break and enjoy film festival CPH:DOX from the comfort of your own home. Find the selection on the festival website.



Friday 1st April

The party of your dreams at Basement

Join for a party night that is all about people who are often underrepresented in the arts and culture scene: Under the theme ‘‘Safe Space’’, all showcased art and music is created by women, queers, and BIPOCs. Interact with installations and unleash your inner dancing queen from 9 pm. Tickets cost 80 DKK and are available via Billetto.


Aquah Studio: Prints ‘n’ Drinks

Browse prints, have a drink, and enjoy some good music at Aquah Studio’s new event concept. There will be 10% off all prints and the possibility to win at the give-away contest. Aquah Studio is a result of lockdown days spent at home: After creating a poster for Christmas 2019, John Indome started making prints at home, taking inspiration from 80s and 90s designs. Get yours from 6-11:30 pm.


Fyraften 13th birthday party at H15

Fyraften turns 13 and celebrates with a party at H15. Come by for a dance from 10 pm! Entry costs 50 DKK at the door.



Saturday 2nd – Sunday 3rd April

Flid’s design spring market at Nørrebrohallen

Browse ceramics, textiles, graphics, jewelry, and more – and meet the creators behind the pieces at this market in the heart of Nørrebro. From 11 am to 5 pm. Entry costs 30 DKK.


Skall Studio sample sale

Danish brand Skall Studio is known for its natural materials and simple coast inspired pieces. Swing by their sample sale at Store Strandstræde 21 to update your wardrobe for the summers ahead. Saturday from 9 am – 4 pm and Sunday from 9 am – 2 pm.


Saturday 2nd April

Hello Vintage kilo sale at DGI Byen

2.5 tons of vintage clothing will be available for purchase by the kilo. Go on treasure hunt from 12 noon to 4 pm.



Sunday 3rd April

Rita Blå’s flea market on Sønder Boulevard

Combine your Sunday stroll along popular Sønder Boulevard with a browse at Rita Blå’s flea market. Want to put up a stall? Get your ticket via Billetto for 370 DKK including table. From 11 am – 4 pm.


Tuesday 5th April

Czech Embassy Nights: Autumn Spring at Husets Biograf

Directed by Vladimir Michalek, “Autumn Spring“ (2001) is a bittersweet tale of relationships and growing old. The uplifting moral of the story? Stay young at heart. “Czech Embassy Nights“ is an ongoing monthly series hosted by the Embassy of the Czech Republic in Copenhagen and dedicated to giving a glimpse into the world of Czech cinema. Doors open at 6:30 pm and the screening starts at 7:30 pm. Tickets cost 70 DKK.


Thursday 7th April

Book reception: Flag // Erfalasoq at Nordatlantens Brygge

From April 2019 to May 2021, Nuuk Art Museum and artist Gudrun Hasle invited artists from different countries to create flags for the flag pole at Holms Hus in Nuuk. 13 artists contributed their reflections on the many meanings of a flag. Now, these works are released as a book, featuring images as well as text. Join the reception when the project’s curator Gudrun Hasle and editor Stine Lundberg Hansen present “Flag // Erfalasoq“ from 4-6 pm.



Ydegirl at Hotel Cecil

Danish singer-songwriter Ydegirl brings a mix of classical instruments, pop, and RnB to Hotel Cecil. Get your ticket for 185 DKK on Ticketmaster. Doors open at 7 pm and the concert starts at 8 pm.


Friday 8th April

Science & Cocktails: Why DNA matters for social equality at DR Koncerthuset

Did your DNA sequence really make a difference in your life? Are genes linked to social income? Kathryn Paige Harden, researcher and author of the book “The Genetic Lottery: Why DNA matters for social equality“, will dive into these and other questions in this episode of Science & Cocktails. She’ll present some of the research that formed the basis of the book, introduce you to the latest genetic science, dismantle dangerous ideas about racial superiority, and challenge you to reflect on what equality really means if everyone’s born differently. The event will take place in English and the evening is rounded up with a DJ set by Niels Christian Cederberg. From 8 pm until midnight. Tickets are available from 145 DKK.



Concrete Jungle x Ved Siden Af

Ved Siden Af is back – put on your dancing shoes and hit the dance floor to drum ´n´ bass and more from midnight till late. Tickets cost 150 DKK.


Monday 11th – Wednesday 13th

Help the ice bear – art workshop for children at Nordatlantens Brygge

Gudrun Hasle’s and Martin Brandt Hansen’s art tells stories about Greenland. While the old ice bear who lives at Nordatlantens Brygge knows much about Greenland, he doesn’t quite understand art. Children can help the ice bear understand what the exhibition is all about and translate some of the stories into their own sculptures. Participation is free but it’s necessary to sign up in advance. All three days at 10 am and 12:30 am.



Wednesday 13th April

Housewife Roast at The Caribbean Housewife

In the mood for Caribbean comfort food? Make a cross in your calendar for this edition of The Caribbean Housewife’s “Housewife Roast”.

The 4-course dinner menu costs 350 DKK and you better be quick – tickets go fast!


Friday 15th April

Café Runddelen turns 12

Popular neighborhood hangout Café Runddelen turns 12 and you’re invited. Swing by from noon and celebrate until the early hours with sing along, banko, and more.



Sunday 17th April

Vera’s market under the bridge

Go on treasure hunt or pass on old favorites at this edition of Vera’s market outside under Bispeengbuen. From 10 am to 3 pm. Stalls cost 440 DKK, browsing is free. Can’t make it? There will be another market on 24th April.


Wednesday 20th April

Highasakite at Store Vega

Norwegian band Highasakite is coming to Copenhagen. Get ready for an evening filled with energetic indiepop/rock. Tickets cost 250 DKK and doors open at 7 pm.



Saturday 23rd April

Hermanos Gutiérrez at Huset-KBH’s Xenon

Together, Ecuadorian-Swiss brothers Alejandro and Stephan Gutiérrez are the duo “Hermanos Gutiérrez“ (Spanish for the Gutiérrez brothers). Drawing on their Ecuadorian heritage from their mother’s side, their sound is influenced by Latin American music in the 1950s. Doors open at 8 and the concert starts at 9 pm. Tickets cost 130 DKK.


Sunday 24th April

Danish on a Sunday: The Pact at Cinemateket

Bille August’s movie “The Pact“ tells the story of Danish literary sensation Karen Blixen, years after she has returned from Africa. It’s 1948 and aged 63, Karen is at the pinnacle of her fame. When she meets 30-year old poet Thorkild Bjørnvig, an intense friendship unfolds. The movie will be screened in Danish with English subtitles at 2:15 pm. Tickets are available for 85 DKK.



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Kay Litzinger

Kay is a creative multi-hyphenate with a focus on lifestyle and travel. After growing up in Germany and stints in Stockholm and Mexico City, he's now based in Copenhagen. He loves to explore new cities, one cup of coffee or glass of wine at a time. Get a sneak peek at @kayltr.