Irish or not, the world goes green on St Patrick's Day! 17 March is a time to celebrate, and here are the best St Patrick's events taking place in Denmark this month.
March 17 from 14:00, Rådhuspladsen, Copenhagen
Copenhagen celebrates Ireland’s national day with the Copenhagen St Patrick's Day Parade at Rådhuspladsen. Come and experience a festive afternoon for the whole family with Irish music, dancing and a green-coloured parade through the streets of Copenhagen! Admission is free. Find out more here.
March 17 from 15.30, at Rådhuspladsen, Copenhagen.
Dancers from the Dark Green School of Irish Dancing and Green Steps perform with the popular "Riverdance" - or as the dance is truly called Irish Step Dance. There will be live music with an Irish folk band. Find out more here.
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