A wide range of Finnish bands and musicians are coming to Denmark this fall. See the list below for some suggestions and tour dates!
Apocalyptic post punk band Grave Pleasures formed from the remains of the break up of Beastmilk. Grave Pleasure released the album Dreamcrash on the 4th of September.
See them at Beta in Copenhagen on the 13th of September.
Singer/songwriter Mirel Wagner, 27, won the Phonofile Nordic Music Prize 2014 for her album ”When The Cellar Children See The Light Of Day”. Wagner performes dark blues and folk songs with a rough voice accompanied with a guitar.
See her at Huset in Aalborg on the 25th of September, at Radar in Aarhus on the 26th of September and, at Vega in Copenhagen on the 27th of September.
Photo: Renaud Monfourny
Folk Metal band Korpiklaani from Lahti, Finland, has been making music based on mythological texts since 2003. In 2015 the band released their latest album ”Noita”.
See them at Pumpehuset in Copenhagen on the 28th of September and in Voxhall in Aarhus on the 30th of September.
The legendary humppa band Eläkeläiset has performed on most of the big festivals in Finland. They will be in Copenhagen to celebrate Octoberfest.
See them at Warpigs Brewpub on the 23rd and 24th of October.
Photo: Pentti Hokkanen
Jaakko Eino Kalevi
Electronic musician Jaakko Eino Kalevi, 29, makes dreamy synth-pop. He has previously performed in Denmark at Roskilde and Sonar CPH. His self-titled album was released in June 2015.
See him in Voxhall in Aarhus on the 25th of October and at Lille Vega in Copenhagen on the 26th of October.
Photo: Harley Weir
20-year old rapper Noah Kin is said to be the next big thing in hip hop. His third and latest album ”Now You See” was released in 2014. Noah Kin has performed at SPOT festival in Aarhus in 2015.
See him at Vega on the 29th of November.
Photo: Amanda Mannström
The Dø is a French/Finnish indie pop band founded in 2005. The band consist of singer and musician Olivia Merilahti and musician Dan Levy. Their third album ”Shake Shook Shaken” (2014) was awarded Rock Album of the Year at Victoires de la Musique in February 2015.
See The Dø at Store Vega in Copenhagen on the 9th of November.
Photo: André Gabb
Nightwish is still going strong. The band went on their first world tour in 2000 and has had many hit singles in both Europe and USA. Their special sound consists of guitars, flutes, strings, piano and female vocals. Amorphis (FI) and Arch Enemy (SE) will perform as special guests.
See them in Falkoner Salen in Frederiksberg on the 16th of November.
Photo: Ville Akseli Juurikkala
Von Herzen Brothers
The three brothers Kie, Mikko and Jonne von Herzen all have a notable history in the Finnish rock scene. In 2000 they started to play together. Their progressive rock has been awarded both in Finland and abroad. Currently the band is nominated for Band/Artist of the year in Progressive Music Awards 2015.
See them at Lygten Station in Copenhagen on the 22nd of November.
Photo: Ville Juurikkala
Death metal band Corpsessed released their first full length album ”Abysmal Thresholds” in 2014.
See them at Loppen on the 29th of November.
Children of Bodom
Children Of Bodom, formed in 1993, is probably the number one Finnish death metal band of all times. Their music is a mixture of melodic death metal, thrash metal, symphonic black metal, and neoclassical metal. The album ”I worship chaos” is released in October 2015.
See COB at Store Vega on the 1st of December.
Photo: Jarmo Katila
Sibelius 150 years
2015 is the anniversary of the birth of Finnish composer Jean Sibelius. The anniversary is celebrated around the globe, naturally also in Denmark.
Aarhus Symfoniorkester at Musikhuset in Aarhus on the 26th of November.
Sibelius & Sønderjyderne at Musikhuset in Aarhus on the 27th of November.
Karvakos og Sibelius in DR Koncerthuset in Copenhagen on the 10th of December.
Photo: Santeri Levas