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Öresund Market: End of Season 2020

The Öresund market is holding a bang of a season finale at the Port of Dragør in the weekend 21-23 August 2020

The weekend offers repeat visitors from the season’s stallholders, a number of new acquaintances, among others you can meet Bill Rosenhagen, one of only a handful of remaining brush binders in Denmark, who if the weather otherwise allows it will hold an open workshop.

Also meet the jewelry designer Line Utte, who excites her audience with stylish designs, Mies Deli, which makes the most delicious organic liqueurs, gin, oils, etc., Bike and Bake, who has been a guest on the market all seasons with the completed delicious pizza bike from which he delivers the most amazing pizzas from a wood-fired oven, and last but not least the Öresund market’s youngest participant so far, local Noah Ibing, only 13 years old, who under the name Prince Candyfloss has finally had time to join.

Our Street Food area has been given an extra boost and the bar delivers everything the heart desires.

The music is provided by a number of local constellations from Dragør, all of which have helped to create a good atmosphere during the summer, and programs look like this:

Friday at 17. Live: Johansen & Sune Grip Trio
Saturday: 5 pm live: Sune Grip & Eamonn duo
Sunday at 16:30 live: closing concert with the 3 maybe 4

Local DJ Nick Rendbæk, who last got excited with crisp tones, plays both Friday and Sunday

Opening hours are:
Friday: 12:00 to 22:00
Saturday: 10:00 to 22:00
Sunday: 10:00 to 22:00

The Öresund market opens its doors for a weekend in the spirit of art

The Öresund market opens its doors for a weekend in the spirit of art

Friday, Saturday and Sunday 31/7 – 2/8 2020, we transform the Port of Dragør into a gallery and creative forum, and have invited a number of the city’s performing artists who participate in the Dragør Art Festival on a daily basis, where they during the weekend with open workshops will provide insight into their works.

We think it is important to create focus on the difficult conditions you as a performing artist are faced with when the Corona situation suddenly shuts down our everyday lives, and are happy that a handful of members from Dragør Art Festival, which unfortunately is not held in years, want to come by and show us what they each work with. ” (quote)

In addition to Dragør Art Festival’s members, this weekend’s market also offers art from Poland, ceramics from Hvidovre, beautiful watercolors, and not least a secret graphic artist from Copenhagen who makes some wild posters.

Street Food and bar areas are at the forefront this time, including Indian on the program from Chutney’s CPH, and a number of new stallholders have come forward, including spices, handmade knives, and eco-certified wax tablecloths.

On the music front, it’s going to be a terrific weekend.

Local DJ Nick Rendbæk comes by both Friday and Saturday, and plays a stylish mix from 12.00 -17.00 There is always a guarantee of good vibes with Nick behind the desk, and he has a sense of building the right atmosphere.

Friday at 17.00 we get a long awaited live concert with local Johansen Duo. Rikke and Thomas are masters at creating a good atmosphere, and are known for being able to play songs at the request of the audience.

On Saturday at 17.00, the Johansen duo has at least become the Johansen Trio, when the city’s guitar equilibrist No 1 Sune Grip, encounters, and it is usually a party to hear the three-leaf clover.

On Sunday at 16.00, the Öresund Market ends with a long-awaited rehearsal, the world-famous DE 3 MÅSKE 4 in Dragør, which through musical understanding, helps to make our city worth living in.

Everyone is welcome and we hope the weather turns into a good weekend in the spirit of art

The Öresund market holds a big market weekend 17-18 and 19 July at Dragør Harbor

Then it is now the coming weekend that the Öresund market will once again occupy the Port of Dragør.

We look forward to this summer’s big market weekend, where we will be visited by a number of exciting stands that are visiting us for the first time, as well as lots of updated products from our regular stallholders.

On the music side, next weekend will be great: We get a happy rehearsal with one of Denmark’s most talented DJs; Jakob Domino, who from his base in Aarhus has chosen to have a summer holiday with us both 17-18 and 19 July.

This is the 3rd season Jakob Domino is visiting our market, and his mix always arouses enthusiasm.

17 and 18 July from 17.00, we get another live concert by Sune Grip and Eamonn, who with their repertoire have thrilled us several times this season, and on Sunday we present a super live concert experience when Mandela Trio, look past with delicious musical jazz tones at 16.00

It will be nothing short of terrific and something you can look forward to 🙂

On the Street Food front, there will also be room for exciting news, and the bar is top-tuned with cold beers, and drinks in stride, so all in all, there are plans for pampering this weekend, where summer also seems to return. .

We are looking forward to seeing you 🙂

Easter in Dragør

A special Easter tradition in Dragør is that the children roll painted Easter eggs at Blushøj in Dragør Anlæg.

You can see a picture from 1980 here: Arkiv.dk|Påske
But if you want to participate in this tradition, remember the health authorities’ recommendations to stay away.

(Photo taken by Sebastian Staines at Unsplash)

Mardi Gras in Dragør and Store Magleby 2020


Dragør and Store Magleby adhere to the old traditions and rituals.Both Sunday and Monday, riders gather in the morning and ride with flags and music wagon all day while visiting the city.
Sunday, February 23 at 4 p.m. the riders hit the barrel with a club in Dragør. Find det på Google Maps
On Monday, February 24, at 4 p.m. the riders hit the barrel with a club in Store Magleby. Find det på Google Maps

Christmas at the Amager Museum

Christmas Market at the Amager Museum you can 23.0-24. November come to cozy Christmas market where the good Christmas atmosphere is top notch. We have filled the north yard with a lot of exciting Christmas goods for every taste. There are Christmas items, gnomes, Christmas cakes, confections. Applied art, homemade jam and honey. Get also decorated your own honey heart with name. In the old summer kitchen there is a klejne workshop. Make your own capes. At the long table in the kitchen you can make Christmas clips. Christmas exhibition at the Old Museum Farm is an area of historic Christmas nostalgia. The many living rooms are cozily adorned by all the rules of art. You can experience Jules traditions as you know it from the Christmas of childhood, but also experience forgotten Jules traditions that have disappeared as new customs have come into being. In Dirch Jansen The living room is the theme "High from the green top of the tree". Here it is decorated for Christmas in the 1840s. There has come Christmas tree in the living room with edible decorations, and at the top of the tree sits the Goblin, and on the table lies the Goose stown ready to be consumed by the family. In the girl's chamber, it is teeming with gnes. Can you count how many there are? In the large room, the Christmas preparations are in focus. There is a lot to be achieved before the Christmas peace can be lowered. The pig is to be slaughtered, the sausages are made, the lights are cast, the cakes are baked, the beer is brewed, the clothes washed, and eventually the pipelines must be hung up. Finally, there is time for Christmas party on the farm with lots of play and amusement. The café serves warm apple slices with hot mulled wine. For The children there is nisse hunting. Can you find nissens lost clothes? The Christmas exhibition is open 23. November-15. On December 12, 12-16. It is closed on Monday. You can find Amager Museet here: Amager museet Hovedgaden 4, St. Magleby, 2791 Dragør Tel. 30 10 88 66 transport to Amager Museum: Train: From Copenhagen Central Station or Nørreport St. With the Øresund train to Tårnby Station. Switch to Bus. Bus: Take bus 250S or 35 and get off at St. Magleby Church. Follow the signs from the intersection to the museum and walk approx. 300 m. Along the main street to the main entrance at the Yellow Yard (Main Street 4). Parking: There is parking space behind the museum, Nordre Kinkel Gade 18.

Dragør Christmas Market

Denmark's Cosiest Christmas market

Every year in December, Dragør turns into a real Christmas tale for children and adults. Here you can experience Denmark's cosiest Christmas market and go on a treasure hunt in the city's small streets and alleys.

Christmas in Dragør derives from the DRs Christmas Calendar "The Time Journey", where the Christmas market played a big part in the holiday calendar and there is much to be done by preserving the authentic atmosphere from the time travel, therefore you will find that it is the same 13 original stalls that appeared in Advent Calendar.

Opening hours open from 12:00-17:00 on weekends 23. Nov-24. Nov 30. Nov-01. Dec 07. Dec-08. Dec 14. Dec-15. Dec 21. Dec-22. Dec Du Christmas Market on the Badstuevælen, 2791 dragoer Read more here: www.julidragoer.dk

 

Dragør Christmas Market

Denmark's Cosiest Christmas market

 

Every year in December, Dragør turns into a real Christmas tale for children and adults. Here you can experience Denmark's cosiest Christmas market and go on a treasure hunt in the city's small streets and alleys.

Christmas in Dragør derives from the DRs Christmas Calendar "The Time Journey", where the Christmas market played a big part in the holiday calendar and there is much to be done by preserving the authentic atmosphere from the time travel, therefore you will find that it is the same 13 original stalls that appeared in Advent Calendar.

Opening hours open from 12:00-17:00 on weekends 23. Nov-24. Nov 30. Nov-01. Dec 07. Dec-08. Dec 14. Dec-15. Dec 21. Dec-22. Dec Du Christmas Market on the Badstuevælen, 2791 dragoer Read more here: www.julidragoer.dk

 

Dragør Revyen 2019

Dragør Revyen-All of Amagers Revy Dragør Revyen has premiered on 4 October 2019 on Dragør Fort. Ticket sales are opened, the actors start practicing texts, the authors by writing the last lines.. And more than 25 other volunteers are working behind the lines to re-establish Amager's oldest and most traditional amateur revy with towering ambitions to take loving gas on the city, the spirit of time and those who protrude the nose over time…. Dragør Revyen-Entire Amagers Revy-4. October 2019-2. November 2019 Read more at www.dragoerrevyen.dk

Set King Lund's Fort in Motion

For the fourth consecutive year, all citizens of Dragør and environs are invited to a terrific outdoor and activity day at the Outdoorcenter of the royal Lund Fortress. This year with even more exciting activities and opportunities for the whole family.

Among others, you can experience

Open-air active and playful people of all ages are invited to a lot of experiences on and around the fortress of Kongelund-Outdoorcenter! Take family or friends with and have a fun day together! All activities are FREE! Program 2019: (Multiple program points can come to) • SUP in the moat-we have swimming vests • Mountain bike loan a bike and get instruction • Capoeira Workshop and show • Command crawl over the moat • Rappelling from the top of the radar tower • Laserrun with Advanced Laser Guns • Nature dissemination-get clever on nature • Music with local music schools • Treasure Hunt around the fort • Orienteering • cut & bonfire • Photo Exhibit • Creative Workshop • Frisbee Golf • The beautiful nature around the Fort + many other fun Activities all activities are free of charge. Just remember to take clothes in the Afterweather – and you can move in. In addition, there will be speeches, musical touches and the opportunity to buy food and drink (also vegetarian).

Time and place

Saturday, 28 September. 11-16. Address: Kalvebodvej 265, 2791 dragoer. Parking and transport: Bus 33 takes you to the fortress of Kinglund – right to the door that can be parked on parts of the large car park at the Royal Lund Hall, as well as on the large pit-park at the beach. We look forward to seeing you! Kongelund's fortress-Outdoorcenter is a collaboration between Dragør municipality and DGI Copenhagen. It is part of Amager Nature Park and supported by the Nordea Foundation.

Logo: Royal Lundsfortet-Outdoorcenter

Behind the event

The event is arranged by King Lund Fort Outdoorcenter, a collaboration between Dragør municipality, Dragør ungdomsskole and DGI Storekøbenhavn. The project is supported by the Nordea Foundation. Today's activities are done in collaboration with a multitude of local associations, DGI great Copenhagen, Museum Amager, Dragør Youth School, Club Dragør and Dragør Library, as well as with good help from the Dutchder Hall's staff.