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Detour Urban Dance Festival

come and join in when the year’s most extensive urban dance festival kicks off! Get carried away by the good mood when some of the best dancers on the urban dance take the stage. The Detour festival is a celebration of the whole urban dance environment and the last three years it has been a great success in Copenhagen. Now the festival comes to Aarhus for the first time.

The festival includes short features from a mixture of the most renowned national and international choreographers on the urban dance scene. Experience among others the local Aarhus dancers Anna Eileen and Marie Paldrup.

Tentical Tribe (CAN)
Rico Coker (DK)
Sara Jordan (DK)
Anna Eileen & Marie Paldrup (DK)




Concert with unique stage design

Reptile Youth & Abby Portner

A unique concert with one of Denmark’s most popular rock bands Reptile Youth – with stage design and video visuals by the American artist Abby Portner. For many years she has worked closely with Animal Collective as well as worked with John Cale and Jim Henson Studios and is building an entirely unique stage design with video visuals as well.

Bora Bora presents this concert in cooperation with Fonden Voxhall.

Doors: 20.00 / Concert starts: 21.00

Please note! Concert ticket is 170 DKK + fee at Billetlugen.
(Regular Bora Bora discounts do not apply)

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Remember that you with a one year KluBora-membership (100 DKK) can buy tickets for only 60 DKK per formance until summer 2016. You then also get the programme by mail, e-mail newsletters before each performance and invitations for special events.


Buy in advance and save 20%
Early Bird discount

This season we offer the possibilty to save 20% on standard tickets if you buy in advance. That is: If you buy your ticket no later than one month before the show plays, then you pay 120 DKK instead of 150 DKK. Just click on the performances as usual then you can choose discount ticket there.




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