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About Music

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About music

At Heartland, we strive to present an original selection of music, consisting of a multifarious composition of international and Danish artists. It’s important that the programme reflects our ambition to work actively with diversity, which is why you can expect an equal distribution of female and male artists.


Our main value when it comes to curating the music is the creation of a sense of community through it and around it.

There is something for fans of both the modern and the more traditional music scene. On our biggest stage, Greenfield, one of the main ambitions is to give an opportunity to experience artists and bands that rarely touch Danish ground but still have a broad and loyal audience.


Here we present big, internationally hitting stars and icons from previous generations as well as some of the biggest Danish artists. In the past we’ve had the pleasure of presenting names such as Eddie Vedder, Patti Smith & Her Band, LCD Soundsystem, Die Antwoord, The Minds of 99, The Smashing Pumpkins, Solange, Van Morrison, The National, and more.

Even though Greenfield has housed some of the biggest artists, there have also been some heavy hitters on our second largest stage, Highland. Here you can find Danish and international artists with both broad and narrow appeal. Highland has been visited by artists and bands such as Charlotte Gainsbourg, Connan Mockasin, Jada, Hans Philip, C. V. Jørgensen, and more.


Situated in a forest clearing close by the water, the third scene hosts an array of concerts by promising young Danish artists and bands. This is where you will experience that artist that you perhaps have read about once or twice, and that you most likely will continue to hear more about in the future. Here you can discover new music and get that special feeling of having uncovered something new and exciting. On this stage, we’ve welcomed talents such as Chinah, Goss.

See you at Heartland