Family Events

 

 

 

 

 

GRÆSTED – 9-10 MARCH
Esrum abbey Beer Festival
Taste your way through a world of beer at the Beer Festival at Esrum Abbey. For a third year in a row the festival opens its doors to gallons of magnificent and award-winning beer. Even the most discerning beer enthusiast will return home with tonnes of new taste sensations and their bags full of historical beer, abbey beer, homebrew, microbrew and local brew. At the Beer Festival you can dive into beer’s history and development with engaging talks and workshops, including “Keeper of the unopened bottle collection”, which manages the world’s largest collection of unopened beers, as well as inspiring beer enthusiasts and beverage culture historians who will tell stories of medieval brewing and wild yeasts. Last but not least an impressive selection of unique historical beers such as spontaneously fermented gueuze, rauchbier and abbey beer brewed from original recipes. Meet a local brewer and attend the awarding of the best beer of the year. Behind every beer, there is a unique story and knowledge, and at the festival, the brewers are happy to share and nerd along with you. No matter if you are an experienced brewer or new in the world of beer, there is something for you. You can also attend the awarding of the best Danish beer, and give your opinion about which beer should be called The Monastery beer of the Year.

Admission: 75 DKK; 10 smagepoletter – 100 DKK. Buy your tickets at esrum.dk
Times: Friday – 15:00 – 20:00; Saturday – 11:00 – 20:00
Location: Klostergade 12, 3230 Græsted

 

 

 

 

 

 

AARHUS – 2-11 MARCH
The Festival of Centuries
The Festival of the Century is a knowledge festival. With its mixture of knowledge, art, and culture, the 2018 festival focuses on La belle époque, French for The Beautiful Era. La belle éppoque encircles two wars between 1871 and 1914. During that period Europe was characterised by political stability while culture, technology and art flourish. The festival brings together scientists, artists, institutions, and fiery creative souls with a programme that is both creative and has an edge. There will be salons, concerts, dinners, literary nights, films, and exhibitions presenting scientists, authors, musicians, and artists side-by-side. The focus is on knowledge, yet it is always with the cultural experience as a sensual spice.

Visit www.aarhundredetsfestival.dk for more details.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

COPENHAGEN – 18 MARCH
Easter Fun for the family
A fluffy bunny, colourful eggs and chocolate treats – Easter is just around the corner! Do you know how the Danes celebrate Easter? Bring your family, friends and colleagues to this fun Easter event and find out! There will be fun activities for kids and lots of time to network. It’s free of charge, and everyone is welcome!

Admission: Free of charge
time: 14:00 – 16:00
Location: Huset-KBH, Rådhusstræde 13, 1466 København K

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

COPENHAGEN – 22 MARCH
Scandinavian Traditions
Skt. Hans, Kanelbullens dag, Santa Lucia… Sweden and Denmark have many traditions, and they are firmly rooted in history, yet always evolving. Join this event to learn and understand more about Danish and Swedish cultures and traditions.

Admission: Free of charge
time: 17:00 – 19:00
Location: Gyldenløvesgade 11, 1600 Copenhagen

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FREDERICIA – 24-25 MARCH
Car Exhibition

Denmark’s biggest car sales exhibition, and exhibition of special vehicles. An incredible 300-400 special cars will be on sale and can be purchased directly from the owner. Car revellers can browse approximately 150 booths with mopeds, motorcycles and parts – new and used – everything from Alfa Zodiac-parts, tires, interior, insurance, literature and other exciting things. There will also be a host of other stalls featuring old model cars and toys, plates, utensils, clothes, leather goods, hobby items and party goods.

Admission: 100 DKK; children under 14 – free
Time: 09:00 – 17:00
Location: Vestre Ringvej 101, 7000 Fredericia

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

COPENHAGEN – 28-31 MARCH
Calling all gamers
Copenhagen Games has been Denmark’s flagship eSport event since 2010, it remains the largest eSport event on Danish soil and is unique both in its structure and history. Counter-Strike, Global Offensive, Hearthstone and StarCraft II are all on the programme for avid gamers.

Admission: From 50 (kids) to 150 DKK, per day for guests
Location: Øksenhallen, Halmtorvet 11, 1700 København