We were all devastated, when we found out that Musik Aarhus Festival all of a sudden had to stop. We’ve been enjoying the annual event quite a lot, and we’re thrilled that someone’s taking over where Musik Aarhus Festival left off. Eleven days from now, Train’s hosting their second Rise-show and making sure that we’ve got a place to see the best local acts in the various genres – and we’ve been invited to take place in it.
The first event was held back in January, where Enough Said Music introduced three local rock-acts, and on May 14, second round’s up: Sound of Aarhus will be introducing three local folk-acts.
The event at Train is absolutely free, and it’s a chance to celebrate and enjoy some of the artists from the local scene. And this time you can experience:
We just witnessed him as the final and closing act at SPOT Festival, showing up with Anders Ahle on guitar and Julius Holst Hvarregaard on bass – this evening, he’ll be bringing his entire band, and we can’t wait.
Buur is five members based in Aarhus, with music coming from the classical singer/songwriter style. You’ll experience great melodies and a nostalgic text universe. The band is formerly known as Asger Buur, but today they’re known as Buur, and we’re incredibly exited about having them on stage.
In September 2015, Aslak released their debut EP, ‘Frihed’, and they’ve enjoyed quite the success with it, with solid live jobs and great publicity. On this evening at Train, Jon Aslak will be performing a debut concert with this new constellation – and we can’t wait to see ‘em live.
Details: RISE: Rasmus Matthiesen // Buur // Jon Aslak
Time: Doors open at 20.00
Price: 0 DKK