FROST 2014 has been an amazing journey throughout musical experiences at interesting (and challenging!) venues. Join us for a trip down memory lane with three videos from our most spectacular venues: The old abandoned National Aquarium, the closed-down swimming pool, Hollænderhallen, and King Christian IV’s Brewery.
Our opening night at the abandoned National Aquarium with musical acts from Karl William and When Saints Go Machine was a definite highlight. This video offers you a glimpse behind the scenes amongst old shark tanks and faded ornaments:
Halfway through February, FROST left Copenhagen and went to the suburbs. Here Norwegian charmer, Erlend Øye, hosted a winter pool party at the bottom of a drained, public swimming pool in Dragør. It was a cold, but beautiful night:
Towards the end of FROST 2014, Danish band The Mountain gave their first concerts ever in the old King Christian IV’s Brewery. The old building had never been open to the public before and the band gave the place a proper housewarming:
Video credits: Jonas Bang