Latebar’s best live experiences in 2019
2019 was quite a lot busier concert-wise than most other years - believe it or not. Despite some fatigue, old age, and growing expenses we went for quite a few of those gigs anyway. Here are the best!
George Ezra spread stardust over Jelling
With a set of truly amazing songs George Ezra totally and utterly managed to set the mood for the entire Jelling Festival 2019. To make music able to please party-starving Scandinavians and satisfy the music feinschmeckers is quite a task. However, Ezra's delivery was sublime and very, very well played.
In Jelling we are all Majesties
As always there is an abundance of impressions left after Jelling Musikfestival. Marking the beginning of festival season in Denmark it draws a lot of attention. And as always far most fully acts live up to expectations - as do the festival itself. Even the heightened security measures this year did not impede the joy for the 35,000 guests. Bravo! However, one thing will stand out as the event we at the Latebarblog will remember the 2017 festival by.
The Jelling festival bellows of 2016
If we are to conclude anything from the Jelling Musikfestival 2016 it could be at least three different things. First thing is about the festival's ability to create an uniquely convenient, pleasant and all over relaxing atmosphere of any pop-rock festival in Denmark. The second is about the management's talent for always finding one or two international names to make the otherwise little borough of Jelling stand out. The third and for Danes very important surely is - the country still produces young new talents with a capital 'T'.