It seems like all the festivals are over, and it’s back to our usual concert habits. Sure, Aarhus Psych Fest is upon us, meaning that it’s not the end of festivals, but it’s just lovely to be back at the venues.
This week, we’re focusing on the concerts that haven’t been sold out (yet), as both Júníus Meyvant at Radar tonight and Jacob Bellens on the roof top at ARoS are sold out. Fear not, dear friends, there are still plenty of concerts to attend.
The obvious choice, if you’ve got the extra money to spend on concerts this month. It’s almost a legendary band taking the stage at Train this Thursday, which many of us experienced in 2015, when they played NorthSide here in Aarhus. This collective like act has been at it since 1995, and they’ve grown popular with their electronic mix of techno, dance, hip hop, house, and always adding their own twist to the music. It’s a big one!
Tickets: 170 DKK
Doors: 19:00 (and there’s no supporting act on this night!)
Not exactly a favourite of mine, but I do understand why people tend to love Katinka. My personal experience with her at Rising this year wasn’t all that good, but I could really imagine a venue like Atlas being the perfect place for her to perform her music. If you’re a fan of Katinka, or if you wanna figure out what the fuss is all about, you gotta hurry up; there are only a few tickets left.
Tickets: 130 DKK
We’re grabbin’ another one at this venue, before moving on to some of the others – and this time it’s with the local underground heroes from Blunt. They’ve been playing venues and festivals in 15 years now, and last year, they released their Sugar Daddy album – and celebrated it with a completely packed concert at Atlas. Let’s do that again, shall we?
Tickets: 80 DKK
And now for something completely different, actually, it’s somewhere, as stated in the press material, between the melancholia from the 80’s and the euro-pop from the 90’s. It’s not for everyone, but I could easily imagine dancing around to this one after a few drinks, glasses of wine, and a few beers. Wear your bomber jacket and remember your best moves.
Tickets: 70 DKK
Every year, Oppenheimer assembles a jury of established people from the music industry in Denmark, and they’re assigned to choose four new, upcoming stars. This year, they’ve gone with DIET, Aksglæde, Johann, and Saint Best. Sounds like a solid evening, if you ask me.
Every year, they invite a special guest to be the final act, and this year it’s De Underjordiske.
Tickets: 60 DKK