>>> WHAT? <<<
Embrace the Irish spirit in festive style at the most outrageous St. Patrick's Day party in town. FREE BEER from doors opening!
We're taking over both floors at Spillestedet Stengade, colouring it green, white & orange; and putting on a selection of hand-picked party starting bands.
We'll swamp the venue with hilarious St. Patrick's Day memorabilia and gimmicks like shamrocks, balloons, gold coins, Leprechauns & Irish flags. Even the beer will be green!
Upstairs, we'll have DJ:s spinning the best in punk rock and alternative all night - featuring a combo of Rockfreaks.net and the fantastic ✊ FredagsPunk ✊ guest DJs - with plenty of seating available for hanging out and a dance floor space to get your groove on. There's a separate smoking room available here as well. Downstairs is dedicated to live entertainment.
One thing stands sure: You will not recognize the place as Stengade once we're done decorating it, and when it's bustling with high-spirited party goers. Do your part for the theme, and COME DRESSED IN GREEN!
Be sure not to miss out. We tend to come very close to sold out capacity each year - this thing gets WILD!
>>> WHEN? <<<
Friday, March 17th
>>> HOW MUCH? <<<
80 DKK. Tickets will be available at the door.
>>> WHO'S PLAYING? <<<
Stöj Snak (DK - Aalborg)
Screamer-songwriter is about as fitting a description you can find for Stöj Snak. A seamless blend between danceable folk punk and lyrically sharp singer-songwriter, Niels H. Sørensen aka Stöj Snak has been charming audiences across Denmark for a couple of years now. Armed with ferocious vocals and sociopolitical lyricism, Stöj Snak are a sight to behold each time whether you've witnessed them in the past or not. They will return to St. Patrick's Day after a triumphant showing a few years ago, this time with a new full-length and a full band to support.
Odd Palace (DK - Copenhagen)
The Latin flavors run strong with these guys. With influence from The Mars Volta's funky and eclectic brand of progressive rock, Odd Palace's song structures are as complex as they are brilliantly written. But more importantly, their chaotic, high-energy live performance ranks among the very best in Denmark, so be prepared for the band to tear down Stengade into bits while serving funky rhythms throughout their set.
Halcyon Hope (DK - Odense)
Denmark's very own answer to early Taking Back Sunday. With bright, infectiously catchy emo/alternative rock melodies and solid production value, Halcyon Hope have released two full-length albums characterized by emotive vocals and call/response patterns. Not to mention their raw passion for the genre that oozes through both their music and their live performances. This one is for the sing-alongs.