The Danish capital is set to gain a new 2,500-capacity music venue this winter.
Stagebox will open this November in Refshaleøen, a former industrial site in the harbour of Copenhagen that has been dubbed a ‘cultural playground’.
The venue, which is being opened by new operator Live Partner Denmark, will be located at Refshalevej 189 – an old and historical construction hall in the post-industrial shipyard.
Stagebox’s CEO Daniel Vangsgaard and head of partnerships Stefan Petersen (previously a booking agent and promoter at All Things Live Denmark) say they have kept the hall’s original features but the sound and lighting have been elevated.
The pair expect approximately 200,000 guests at Stagebox over the course of 2022.
The official opening concert, along with additional concerts and information on partnerships, will be announced later this month.
“I DARESAY THAT COPENHAGEN HAS LONG LACKED A VENUE THAT WAS BUILT EXCLUSIVELY FOR EVENTS AND CONCERTS”
“Speaking for Danish concert organisers, I daresay that Copenhagen has long lacked a venue that was built exclusively for events and concerts, where the sound and surroundings have been prioritised in order to provide the ultimate audience and artist experience,” says Vangsgaard, director and venue manager.
“And we’re incredibly excited to present them with such a space – both Danes and internationals.”
Refshaleøen is also home to major music festivals and events, as well as Michelin-star restaurants, food markets, plant halls, and exhibitions.
In 2017, Beatbox Entertainment (the promoter behind greenfield festivals Tinderbox and NorthSide) launched the brand new Haven festival in the shipyard – selling 20,000 tickets.
More recently, Live Nation Denmark, along with nine of the country’s biggest festivals, held a one-off event at Refshaleøen to mark the reopening of the country.
We think you'll like these related articles.