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What’s On In Copenhagen in February

There are activities for all the family to enjoy this month. Here’s our pick of some of the best.

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by Louise Chamberlain

Winter Jazz
Thursday 2nd – Sunday 26th February

Winter Jazz is a nationwide jazz festival with around 600 concerts featuring both Danish and international musicians.

From formal concerts at Copenhagen’s biggest venues to a more intimate concert in a cozy bar, there’s something for everyone. You’ll need a ticket for some of the concerts but others are free. You can find all the details on the festival website

Copenhagen Light Festival
Friday 3rd – Sunday 26th February

Copenhagen Light Festival brings a little bit of light to the otherwise dark month of February.

Throughout the month, from Nordhavn to Ørestad, the city is lit up by beautiful light installations. You can explore the many installations by yourself or join one of the festival’s guided tours by Segway, canal boat, kayak, or a guided walk. More information here:

Amager Children’s Music Festival (Amager Børnemusikfestival)

Thursday 9th – Monday 20th February

A variety of music workshops for the whole family to enjoy. Whether you’re into hip hop, reggae, jazz, disco, or classical music, you’ll find your groove at this fun music festival.
Tickets: here 

Dining Week
Friday 10th – Sunday 19th February

Sample some of Copenhagen’s best restaurants for the bargain price of DKK 241 per person for a three-course menu and a bottle of San Pellegrino sparkling mineral water.

More than 200 restaurants across the country participate in this hotly-anticipated annual event. The most popular restaurants fill up fast so early booking is a must. Information here.


Winter Festival at Copenhagen Zoo
Throughout February

A variety of activities and workshops are on offer at Copenhagen Zoo throughout February.

Monkey around in the trees above the kangaroo and panda enclosures, make a keyring in the creative workshop, sing like a bird at a music workshop, or create an ice sculpture to take home. These are just a few of the activities on offer at this zoo this month. Find full details on their website here.

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