A quirky history-obsessed festival meant to investigate the way the past shapes the current day, Golden Days Festival takes place every September. The focus changes each year - 2014 was dedicated to the First World War - but a fascinating program of free concerts, city walks, lectures, and historical reenactments is always on offer.
Golden Days Festival puts history into perspective and connects past to
present - and into the future. This cultural-historical festival takes
place in Copenhagen every September and focuses on a specific historical
periods or themes. In 2014 the First World War was the springboard for a
stimulating programme of exhibitions, events, talks, concerts and city
walks. Golden Days 2015 looks at the things that shape us, from private
trivia to national treasures, and questions the role of heritage.
Nørregade 6, 1164 København K, Denmark