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Danmark's grimmeste festival

Grimhøjvej 20
8220 Brabrand
Website: http://www.grimfest.dk
Country of origin: Denmark
Languages spoken:
  • Danish
  • English

Denmark’s grimmest festival located close to Aarhus opens the doors every year in the first week of august to hip-hop, rock’n rolls and reggae fans.

It is allowed to bring food and drinks (only in plastic bottles). There is toilets, bathrooms and restaurants and cafeterias in the area.

Where: Grimhøjvej 20, 8220 Brabrand
When: August 4-6, 2011
Price: 3 days ticket costs 395 through Billetnet.dk or 495 by the entrance. One day ticket up to 300 DKK.

Brabrand lies 15 minutes west of Aarhus.

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