A show featuring music, dancing, storytelling and humour
We had been looking forward to a summer of cool concerts, but following the ban on festivals, city parties and major events until September, it is unfortunately also certain that we can not host Friday Rock in it's usual form until then.
We are very concerned about the current situation and are working hard to grasp the consequences for Tivoli's entertainment program as the safety of our guests, artists and partners are our top priority.
We hope for your understanding and look forward to seeing you at Friday Rock again.
We are looking forward to a fabulous vibe this summer with live music at Plænen every Thursday at 19.00.
This year's program includes new and talented musicians.
We are looking forward seeing you at Lillefredag. Stay tuned!
The 100 children who now make up the Tivoli Youth Guard are the current face of a tradition stretching back to 1844, when the world’s first youth guard was formed as a “Lilliputian Military”.
After Tivoli opened successfully in 1843, its founder, Georg Carstensen, decided to give himself a Tivoli Youth Guard as a birthday present for Tivoli’s second season – and so it came to pass.