What’s On in Copenhagen: July 2022

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For Copenhageners, July is synonymous with “summer vacation.” As work slows down, many locals leave the city for their summer houses or a few weeks further south. Those who stay in town make the most of the long days, filling up street corners and terraces until the early hours. Need a break from sun bathing and wine sipping? From open air parties and festivals to markets, there’s plenty going on to keep you busy.

Here are the best events in Copenhagen this month.

Thursday 30th June – Saturday 2nd July

Brønshøj Sommer Jazz

Enjoy some jazz alongside wine, food, and more at this year’s edition of Brønshøj Sommer Jazz! Find the full program on the festival website.



Friday 1st – Sunday 3rd JulyTour de France Grand Départ Copenhagen

The 109th edition of the Tour de France starts in Copenhagen and ends with the final stage at Champs-Élysées in Paris on 24th July. After a 13-kilometer time trial around Copenhagen, the second and third stage of the tour will lead the cyclists through Zealand, Fyn, and Jutland. Celebrate and cheer for the athletes in a variety of fan zones as well as festival grounds that treat you to music and food. Find more information on the official website.


Rört Festival

Rört Festival is a three day event focused on movement, community, and connection. Explore what moving alone or together with others can do for your body and soul. The festival describes itself as a “cocktail of everything that makes up a connected and conscious city life.” Sounds like your cup of tea? Get your ticket via the festival website.



Friday 1st July

Tour de Værnedamsvej

To celebrate the start of the Tour de France in Copenhagen, the team behind “Market Day on Værnedamsvej and Tullinsgade” has organized a French-inspired market day. Enjoy good food and drinks alongside a flea market from 11 am.


Saturday 2nd – Sunday 3rd July

Ørestad flea market

Go on treasure hunt or free up some space in your wardrobe on this flea market in Ørestad. Stalls are available from 175 DKK. Swing by between 10 am and 4 pm.



Saturday 2nd July

Banana Club Open Air

Party community Banana Club is throwing an open air party at Docken. Bring your dancing shoes and sun screen; the party starts at 12 noon and goes until midnight. Tickets are available via Beatbase for 150 DKK. Can’t make it? There will be open airs every Saturday all July. Stay tuned via Banana Club’s Facebook page.


Amager Bryghus Summer Party

Celebrate summer, beer, and the brewery-dog Kilo’s 10th birthday at Amager Bryghus. There will be plenty of good beer to try including the official Kilo birthday beer. Swing by from 12 noon to 6 pm.



Sunday 3rd July

Morning yoga and breakfast

Kick off your Sunday with a yoga session followed by a cosy breakfast from Perron at BaneGaarden. From 9-11 am. Tickets cost 185 DKK, please bring your own yoga mat. Can’t make it? There will be another session with the same format on Sunday 17th July.


Monday 4th July

Ziggy Marley at Store Vega

Ziggy Marley, the oldest son of reggae legend Bob Marley, has established himself as one of today’s biggest stars of the genre – first as the front man of Melody Makers and later as a solo artist. Now he’s coming to Store Vega. Doors open at 7 pm and the concert starts at 8 pm. Tickets cost 385 DKK.



Friday 8th – Saturday 9th July

OKTOsounds NV Jazz Festival

OKTOsounds and Demokrati Garagen are hosting a mini jazz festival in Nordvest. Experience some of Scandinavia’s up and coming artists from 2 pm. Find the full program and tickets via the Facebook page.


Saturday 9th July

Banana Club open air and afterparty at Culture Box

Following this month’s second edition of Banana Club‘s open air party, night owls turn to Culture Box to dance until the early hours. Please note that you need separate tickets for open air and Culture Box.



Sunday 10th July

Ballet Performance “Copenhagen. Red Light Green Light.” by Cecilia Bengolea at Copenhagen Library

Experience the grand finale of Kunsthal Charlottenborg’s off-site exhibition “Copenhagen. Red Light Green Light.” “In the Realm of the Senses” is a live ballet-performance by choreographer and artist Cecilia Bengolea performed by dancers from the ballet school of Lyon. Bengolea’s performances and videoinstallations have previously been presented at Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao Palais de Tokyo, Paris, Dia:Beacon, New York, Centre Pompidou, Paris and Tate Modern in London. There will be two performances, one at 3 pm and one at 5 pm. No tickets needed but please note that space is limited so you better come early.


Jazz & wine at CopenHill’s rooftop

Round off the weekend with a glass of wine and one of the city’s best views while enjoying some jazz. Come by between 2 and 5 pm or 6 and 9 pm. Tickets cost 120 DKK and include the concert as well as one glass of wine. This event is part of Copenhagen Jazz Festival”>Copenhagen Jazz Festival.



Danish on a Sunday: Kandis for life

Get up close with Kandis’ lead singer Johnny. This film by Jesper Dalgaard offers an honest account of Johnny’s private tragedy and shared stories of loss, loneliness, and finding love again. It is screened with English subtitles at 2:15 pm. Tickets cost 85 DKK.


Wednesday 13th July

Afro Vibes by The Caribbean Housewife

In July, The Caribbean Housewife is throwing an Afro-Caribbean summer dinner. Expect spicy flavors and dishes influenced by West-Africa and The Caribbean. As always, the courses are paired with natural wine from women producers and there will be great Afrobeats. The four-course dinner costs 425 DKK, the accompanying wine menu 325 DKK. Get your ticket and pre-book both for 700 DKK. Seats are limited so you better be quick. The dinner runs from 6-10 pm.



Thursday 14th – Saturday 16th July

Blågårds Festival

Enjoy music and the community spirit of Nørrebro when Blågårds Plads transforms into a festival ground. Admission is free but there are plenty of ways to support the cause, from volunteering to purchasing food and drinks on site. Learn more on the festival website.


Saturday 16th July

Red Bull Cliff Diving in Copenhagen

For the first time since 2018, Red Bull Cliff Diving is back in Copenhagen.Let the brave men and women take your breath away when they dive from the roof of The Royal Opera. From 1:30 – 4:30 pm. Tickets are free but will be limited so stay tuned via the website. Can’t make it in person? There will be a live stream via Red Bull’s website.



Sunday 17th July

Alex Benjamin at Store Vega

In addition to his sold-out concert on 15th July, Alex Benjamin is taking over Store Vega this Sunday evening. In April, the singer-songwriter released his second album “(Un)commentary” in which he reflects on struggles related to adult life, ranging from existential crisis to social media addiction. Doors open at 7 pm and the concert starts at 8 pm. Tickets cost 265 DKK.


Thursday 21st July – Saturday 23rd July

Musik i Lejet

Enjoy music, art, and more right on the beach in Tisvildeleje. Less than an hour north of Copenhagen, the coast line of Northern Zealand is essentially the capital’s backyard. So grab some friends and get ready for a good time, stunning sunsets included. Learn more and get your tickets on the festival website.



Wednesday 27th July

Absalon Croquis

Get creative and sketch with a living model at Absalon’s weekly Croquis session. Please note that this isn’t a course but there will be guides to help you along the way. From 8 to 10 pm. Participation costs 100 DKK. Please bring your own material.


Saturday 30th – Sunday 31st July

Open Air Cinema in the Kings’s Garden

Open Air Cinema might be one of the most beautiful things about summer. As the sun sets, Cinemateket takes over King’s Garden, presenting a selection of short films as well as one movie per evening. Let Hitchcock’s classic “The Birds” give you the creeps on Saturday or let Guadagnino’s tragic summer romance “Call Me by Your Name” take you on an emotional journey to 80s Italy on Sunday. Admission is free and restaurant SULT will be serving snacks and drinks. There will be music from 5 pm and the screening starts at 9:30 pm.



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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.