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Distortion – shortcuts to happiness on Copenhagen streets

 

Distortion is basically turning the whole city of Copenhagen into a 5 days giant music festival – some sort of orchestrated chaos. Celebrating its twentieth anniversary two years ago, the festival is heading into its third decade as one of the most unique and wildest music festivals in the world. 

 

It’s organised freedom with tons of small stages and happenings in streets during daytime titled “Street Party”. At night you will find new and dancy music by international artists at venues and one-off locations around the city titled “Distortion Club”. On the weekend Distortion turns into an all day all night open air festival site in a hilly and green location in the harbour titled “Distortion Ø”. Best new international live acts and DJs will play here till the early morning, between 3rd and 7th of June. This year’s lineup mentions Peggy Gou, Solomon and Charlotte de Witte among others. 

 

 

Since 1998, Distortion explores the limits of street life and new dance music. They are an independent festival and their not-for-profit foundation supports arts and culture and social projects in the public space. With an estimated 100,000 guests per day, it is one of the largest annual gatherings in Europe


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