Your Weekend Guide is ready, and this week we have suggestions that brings you around coffee brewing, jazzy tunes in the city, arts and crafts and video footage Copenhagen in the year 1937.
You’ve probably noticed that the weather has been quite unsettled the last couple of days. However, we’ve been promised more sun and higher temperatures in the weekend, which opens up the possibilities of attending some of the many outdoor events happening in Copenhagen these days.
Tour and Tasting, The Coffee Collective, Godthåbsvej 34 B, 2000 Frederiksberg,
We know it’s a little late, but for all coffee geeks out there, we highly suggest that you make your way to Coffee Collective on Godthåbsvej 34 B at 16 o’ clock.
Every first friday in the month, The Coffee Collective is doing a guided tour in their charming facilities. Accompanied by The Coffee Collective’s chief coffee roaster, you’ll become acquainted with the world of coffee brewing. After the tour, participants are offered a free tasting of some the great coffees available from The Coffee Collective.
The guided tour and tasting is FREE. All you need to do is show up on Godthåbsvej 34 B, 2000 Frederiksberg at 16 o’ clock.
For those of you who can’t make it, don’t worry. If you can’t make it this friday – you’ have your chance next month.
Jazz at Nørrebro Bryghus – Ryesgade 3, 2200 Copenhagen N – Live Jazz every evening from the
As the temperatures are rising, the renowned Copenhagen Jazz festival is upon us. The festival is known to be the largest of its kind in northern Europe, and the mix between established and upcoming artists makes the festival a vibrant experience with a wide selection of jazzy tunes.
The festival starts of today the 5th of July and till the 14th, you can experience a vast number of soloists, duos, trios, quartets, quintets and big bands on more than 100 different venues.
One of the venues of this year’s Jazz Festival is at our good friends from Nørrebro Bryghus. In their charming facilities on Ryesgade 3, Nørrebro Bryghus is setting the scene for numerous live acts throughout the festival.
We recommend that you swing by for a brew or two, and enjoy the tunes from Martin Fabricius Trio tonight, from 21.00 in Nørrebro Bryghus.
The Biennial for arts and crafts in Copenhagen, The Round Tower, opening hours: every day from 10.00 – 20.00 o’ clock.
One of the most recognizable landmarks in the city, The Round Tower, recently opened up for the recurring event, the Biennial for arts, crafts and Design.
Every two years, danish artists, craftsmen and designers are exhibiting works of art in hope to run off with the prestigious title.
This year, the craftsmen, designers and artists have centered on the theme: knowledge and dialogue.
Swing by the Round Tower to discover new and contemporary art from the creative elite.
Sundays are made for relaxing, and to start your day off we recommend that you turn your head to the social media platform youtube. At CPHmade, we recently stumbled upon some quite amazing footage from Copenhagen in1937(!). We definitely recommend that you spend 10 minutes on this video, and (re)discover Copenhagen as it used to look like. Enjoy!
Have a good one everyone!