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Danmarks Grimmeste Festival

Danmarks Grimmeste Festival (English: Denmark's ugliest Festival) is a small music festival, held each summer at a farm in Skjoldhøjkilen, Brabrand; a suburb of Aarhus, Denmark.

Danmarks Grimmeste Festival features a broad range of genres, including rock, pop, electronic, hip hop and punk music. It is based on volunteers and about 5,000 people attended the 2015 festival. The festival started out as a garden party of four friends at the farm in 2004, and has grown continuously. The 2015 event was the 12th festival and lasted three days from 30 July to 1 August.[1]

References

  1. ^ Thomas Nygaard (30 July 2015). "Danmarks Grimmeste Festival for 12. gang". Århus Stiftstidende (in Danish). Retrieved 24 August 2015. 

External links

  • Danmarks Grimmeste Festival Official homepage

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