Van Morrison to play to concerts in Falkoner Salen. Photo: (Handout - Livenation).

Van Morrison to Copenhagen in May

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One of the music’s great originals is coming to Denmark in May and will be playing two concerts in Falkoner Salen.

With one of the most beloved song catalogues in music history and an unparalleled talent as a songwriter, singer, writer, poet and multi-instrumentalist, Morrison’s accomplishments go a long way. He has albums that are ranked best in the entire rock and roll canon. He has over 150 songs in major films, including his hits “Brown-Eyed Girl”, “Moondance”, “Wild Night” and “Gloria”.

Throughout his career, Sir Van Morrison has received several Grammy Awards, an Ivor Novello, a Brit Award and has been inducted into The Rock’n’Roll Hall of Fame.

Van Morrison, who has roots in Belfast, has created several rock classics throughout his career, releasing more than 40 studio albums, as well as a handful of live albums. On March 10, “Van the Man” releases a new album titled ‘Moving On Skiffle’, which includes the brand new single ‘Streamline Train’.

Ties to Denmark

Morrison has previously had a very special relationship with Denmark. Back in the early 1980s you could risk encountering him in the streets and alleys of Copenhagen, especially in the suburb of Vanløse, where he lived with his then Danish girlfriend.

His stay in Denmark gave him inspiration for songs such as ‘Vanlose Stairway’ and ‘Scandinavia’, which can be found on the record ‘Beautiful Vision’ from 1982.

Ticket sales start on Friday 3 March at 10.00 a.m. via and

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