Sankt Hans events in Copenhagen 2013

Below you can find an overview of the most common places for celebrating Sankt Hans in Copenhagen on June 23, 2013.
In many places the program starts long before the given time and you can have picnics, buy grilled food, etc.

Sankt Hans Eve events in Denmark 2013

Amager Strandpark, Organized by LBT, the organization of lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transsexuals.
This year the Social-democrats and the Konservative party will also celebrate on Amager Strandpark, making it so to say a political affair.
Each will light a fire, so you'll have lots of opportunities to dance around the fire.
Where: Gammel strand at Svend Vonveds vej
When: 19.00

Blågårdsplads, organized by Copenhagen kommune
Where: Blågårds Plads, Copenhagen Nørrebro
When: Kids activities from 16.00, Bonfire is lit at 21.15

The Dock
The largest bonfire in town...
Where: Færgehavnsvej 35, Copnahgen Østerbro
When: DJ music starts at 18.00. Bonfire is lit at 21.00

Frederiksberg Gardens, organized by Frederiksberg kommune
One of the most popular places fo Sankt Hans
Where: Frederiksberg Gardens, Frederiksberg
When: program starts at 18.45. Bonfire is lit at 21.45

Where: At the Café Pavillon in Fælledparken in Copehagen Østerbro
When: opens at 18.00, music from 20.00. Bonfire is lit at 22.00

Where: At Kayak Republic, Børskaj 12 at Knippelsbro (Knippelsbridge)
When: From 18:00, bonfire is lit 20.00

Islands Brygge
Where: At K-I-B (Kulturhuset), Islands Brygge 18
When: From 18:00, bonfire is lit 21.00

Where: Along Nyhavn
When: Music starts at 16.00. Bonfire is lit at 21.45

Copenhagen surroundings

Where: Dyrehavevej 62, Klampenborg
When: from 19.00, bonfire is lit at 22.00

Gentofte Lake
Where: Gentofte Lake at Folkeparken
When: Bonfire is lit at 22.00

See Sankt Hans events in other cities in Denmark

Source: http://www.aok.dk/byliv/her-er-de-bedste-steder-at-fejre-sankthans

Sankt Hans Eve events in Copenhagen

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