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The Rhythmic Music Conservatory Brings Mali to Aarhus

Students from the Rhytmic Music Conservatory in Aarhus have visited the West Africa country of Mali, and now visitors at Aarhus Festival have the opportunity to experience first hand the result of their musical voyage. Read more

A Taste of Aarhus Festival

Whether you prefer Syrian street food or sustainably prepared hamburgers, there are tons of options available this year. Read more

Heavy Hitters of Scandinavian Music Perform at Aarhus Festival

Aarhus Festival is a veritable buffet of cutting edge tunes for music lovers this year. The diverse schedule boasts some of the most progressive acts and artists currently on offer, and many of those performers are locally sourced. Read more

Playful City Installation is a Festival Hit

‘Bâtiment’ at Bispetorvet, Aarhus Festival’s architectural city space installation created by the Argentine artist Leandro Erlich, has already proven one of the most popular attractions this year. Read more

Off-Beat City Walk Ends With Impressive Light Display

At ‘Urban Back Yard Tour’ Aarhus Festival’s off-beat tour of the city, many lesser known sights and alternative routes through Aarhus are explored ending with an impressive light display. Read more

Sun-powered River Cruise Proves Immensely Popular

The solar-powered boats on 'The Blue Bridge' was a popular attraction during Aarhus Festival's weekend and caused some visitors to show up in vain. Read more

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