Festivals: mud, rain dripping through leaky tent roofs and endless walks to a shuttle bus. Not too far up the Team Poule alley. Luckily there are alternatives. Like Trailerpark Festival which is held from 30 July to 1 August in the heart of Copenhagen, in a skate park, on solid ground. And the musical line-up is a carefully selected range of high yielding Danish and pan-European talents: head liners include Rangleklods, Roosevelt, Oh Land, Kwamie Liv, Antonio Gram, Silvana Imam and many more. Three days, three stages, all nicely set in one of Europe's most livable capitals.
And it's not just music. Art Rebels, the people behind Trailerpark, have their hearts in anything from Design and Graphics to Photography. Around the festival compound will be a number of installations and exhibitions by 18 international artists. And it wouldn't be Trailerpark Festival without the trailers - transformed into colourful delights on wheels by the artists and Art Rebels. Trailerpark Festival has it all.
One of the many Danish bands on the line-up is Waitress. The trio plays a catchy dancy mix of indie pop. They released their debut album titled Bilbao along with great artwork in March this year. Attached is Beneath Our Feet off Bilbao. Waitress are playing Soundvenue on Friday, 17h00.