COPENHELL: Four days of ‘hell on earth’

As one of Europe’s most popular rock and metal festivals the Danish COPENHELL draws metal fans from all around the globe to Copenhagen, giving them a unique experience in four days of Hell on Earth.

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The epicentre of four days of ‘hell on earth’

COPENHELL’s main purpose is to present a festival that delivers a quality event for their festival guests every year.

At COPENHELL the audience can discover both new music and headbang to rock and metal classics. The festival goes to great lengths to give the audience a unique experience. From the second after entering through ‘The Gates of Hell’, the festival site offers an exclusive range of entertainment, evil art, demonic hangouts, and twisted metal. Furthermore, COPENHELL’s parties in their Biergarten tent have over the last ten years achieved legendary status among their festival audience from both within and outside the country's borders.


COPENHELL is a Danish rock and metal festival, which has drawn metal fans from around the globe to Copenhagen since 2010, turning the festival into one of northern Europe’s leading rock and metal festivals. Every year the festival takes place on the peninsula Refshaleøen in the middle of Copenhagen. Here the raw, industrial surroundings become the perfect setting for the brutal decibel bombardment from COPENHELL's four stages.

  • 2010


  • 78%

    of all ticket buyers return to COPENHELL each year

  • 6

    headcount (full-time)

  • 230

    million Media views in 2019

  • 30.000+

    yearly festival guests

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