The UCPH Spring Festival, May 15th 2020
is cancelled!

We agree with the administration of the University of Copenhagen's decision to cancel the Spring Festival. Our safety is the most important thing. You can read more here: https://kunet.ku.dk/newsroom/news/Pages/The-spring-festival-is-cancelled.aspx

The Spring Festival will be back in May 2021. Follow KU's Forårsfestival on facebook, where we'll inform you of the new date as soon as we know it.

If you have ideas for performances, debates or other fun stuff for the next festival, please write to info@kufestival.dk

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This is the biggest event for the entire University of Copenhagen, where students and staff can join us for a great party and lots of "hygge". There will be lots of cool concerts and interesting events throughout the afternoon and night.
In 2019 more than 12000 students and staff menbers participated in the fun.

You can also follow us on Facebook, where we will also keep you updated with information and photos.


You can find more information about the festival here.

Find a map over the festival area here.

You can see the 2020 program as it's announced here:

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Totem
Totem
Barbara Moleko
18:00 - 18:45
Concert

Two successful albums in the bag, a stint on “Toppen af Poppen” and several big concerts over the last years have made Barbara Moleko a household name in Denmark. Barbara have proven again and again that she’s something special both as a song writer and a live-performer – it’s been clear since the very beginning with the massive hit “Helt Min Egen”. We’re looking forward to an unforgettable performance filled with humour and warmth from Barbare and her band.

Marvelous Mosell
23:00 - 00:00
Concert

”The rapping time machine” was the headline when Berlingske portrayed the Danish rap-phenomenon Marvelous Mosell in December 2013. The music is borrowed directly from disco and pop from the 80s and is always dancefloor worthy. His songs pay a similar homage to the retro theme, and his homemade, hilarious cut-up videos have more than 500.000 plays on YouTube. The Danish music critics have nominated him to four of the prestigious Steppeulve-awards and P3 have had him in heavy rotation since the debut.

Frekvens
Frekvens
Barselona
17:00 - 17:45
Concert

With not just one, but two, debut albums in their repertoire, sold out concerts at Vega and shows at the Roskilde and Heartland festival, Barselona have made themselves the talk of the town on the Danish pop scene. It will be a show that includes their long list of delicious hits and should fit the Spring mood at the festival perfectly.

Lydmor
19:00 - 19:45
Concert

Behind the moniker Lydmor you find Jenny Rossander, who is well-knows as both a solo performer and producer and have harvested much acclaim for tackling topics like sexuality, vulnerability, shame and doubt in her lyrics and music.

Bjørnholm
Bjørnholm