Weather Averages for Copenhagen in July
Averages for Copenhagen in July
July in Copenhagen is all about the music because this month has a lot of music
festivals. Kicking off the festivities is the annual Copenhagen Jazz
Festival which has over 600 Blues performers converging in the city to perform in
the parks, streets, squares, clubs and cafes. This is a 10 day festival
with indoor and outdoor concerts and musical workshops for the children.
Classical music lovers are in for a real treat this month because of the Summer Festival during which classical music concerts will be held from late July to early August. World renowned artists will be performing alongside emerging artists in the concert halls of Copenhagen.
Finally, the Roskilde Festival is one of the six biggest annual music festivals in Europe. The festival is held in Roskilde, which can be reached from Copenhagen through a 25 minute train ride. Famous and established artists as well as the newer ones will be performing onstage during the Roskilde Festival. The idea here is that the concert goers will be setting up their tents and camps in the campsite close to the concert area. This is like one huge open house party with a lot of loud music that lasts for four days. What can be cooler than that?
It seems that the weather is also infected with the party fever with an average daily temperature of 170 C per day. Days are longer with 13 hours of sunshine. Nights may be cooler as the temperature may drop to 130 C but that may not matter much if you are dancing to the beat of rock music.
Hotel Copenhagen is a 20 minute walk from the city center. If you want a quiet place after all the music blaring activities then this is the place for you.
If you book online, the overnight stay is only £40.
July events in Copenhagen
ROSKILDE FESTIVAL 2015
1st July 2015 to 6th July 2015
Roskilde Festival is a promising rock fest that features music programmes that are progressive, contemporary, legendary and quality, ranging from music from all over the world. The event takes place at the Roskilde, located 35 - 45 km from Copenhagen.