Weather Averages for Copenhagen in September
Averages for Copenhagen in September
Autumn and the cold air will hardly be felt in Copenhagen because September is an extremely busy month in this city. The days are shorter and the
nights are longer which sits well with the people since most of the festivities
are usually celebrated at night anyway. The average daily temperature is 140
C and may drop to a lower 100 C so it is advisable to bring clothing
that will keep you warm.
Copenhagen celebrates music, film, arts and theatre in September through the many festivals lined up for this month. The grandest is the Golden Days of Copenhagen which commemorates 19th century as the period of rapid advancement of the country. The festival is held for three weeks and features theatre and ballet shows, poetry readings, concerts and art exhibits all focusing on Denmark's Golden Age (1800-50).
Next in the bucket list is the Kulturbro which means “culture bridge”. This is a biennial event that celebrates arts and culture of both Denmark and Sweden. This festival was inaugurated in 2000, the same year that the Oresund Bridge connecting Copenhagen and Malmo, Sweden was opened.
Feel blue no more as September jumpstarts the annual Copenhagen Blues Festival with blues music all over. International and homegrown talents come together for five days in September to make Copenhagen a blues haven.
ART Copenhagen Festival is held annually in September at the Forum. This is actually a huge art related trades fair where artists are given the opportunity to showcase their creations and to be noticed as well.
Movie buffs will love Copenhagen's International Film Festival which features Danish and European films. The children also have a reason to be excited because in September the Buster Film Festival or the Copenhagen Film Festival for Children and Youth will be celebrated for one whole week.