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Genre Heavy metal, all genres of metal
Dates June
Location(s) Refshaleøen, Denmark
Years active 2010-present

Copenhell is a heavy metal festival held annually at Refshaleøen in Copenhagen, Denmark, since 2010. It was the first open-air heavy metal festival in Denmark.

The festival started in 2010 with two stages, the main stage Helviti and secondary stage Hades. The Upcoming Stage was introduced in 2011 for unsigned bands and was renamed Pandæmonium in 2012.

Copenhell 2014

Copenhell 2014 took place from Wednesday 11 June to Friday 14 June. The days have been changed from the usual Thursday-Saturday dates to accommodate Iron Maiden.

Copenhell 2014 will, for the first time in the festival's history, be a full 3-day festival.


Kill Devil HillTaakeThe Psyke ProjectAvatariumOf Mice & MenThy Art Is MurderDawn of DemiseFossilsBlood EagleHelhorseSuicidal AngelsFinntrollAphyxionBlack Book LodgeIamfireTrap ThemAmenraUncle Acid and the DeadbeatsHeidraEvraToxic HolocaustRedwood Hill

Copenhell 2013

Copenhell 2013 took place from Friday 14 June to Saturday 15 June, including a warmup day on Thursday 13 June. The Thursday bill this year featured Danish bands Fall of Pantheon, Deus Otiosus, and Hatesphere, as well as the British metalcore band The Defiled, all of whom performed on the Pandæmonium stage. The festival line-up was as follows:[1]

Between the Buried & MeIlldisposedGhostParkway DriveAmon AmarthIn FlamesAlice in ChainsDanzigBy the PatientPurified in BloodCancer BatsScarred By BeautyCelesteNewstedEvery Time I DieAlestormGod SeedAcceptSabatonTestamentDownKing DiamondImpalers MalrunSaturnusGraveBornholmEssence

Copenhell 2012

Copenhell 2012 took place from Friday 15 June to Saturday 16 June including a warmup day on Thursday the 14th. On this day the Danish bands Red Warszawa, Mordax and Svartsot played for the visitors who had tickets that included accommodation (tents). The line-up was as follows:-

SlayerMarilyn MansonKillswitch EngageLamb of GodImmortalAnthraxSkeletonwitchTriviumAll Shall PerishKorpiklaaniMeshuggahGojiraMastodonSoulflySaxonBrutal TruthDying FetusThe KandidateRed WarszawaSvartsotMordaxThe InterbeingRisingBarricadeRedwood HillCerekloth

Copenhell 2011

Copenhell 2011 took place from Friday 17 June to Saturday 18 June. The line-up was as follows:-[2]

ArtilleryOpethKornJudas PriestRolo TomassiThe BurningBaptized In BloodDeicideAnvilBullet For My ValentineProtest The HeroMayhemGwarDoctor Midnight & The Mercy CultAll That RemainsKvelertakMorbid AngelCrematoriaPitchblackBilly Boy In PoisonHelhorseVanirThe New LowSolbrud

Copenhell 2010

Copenhell 2010 took place from Friday 11 June to Saturday 12 June. The line-up was as follows:-[3]

DeftonesMegadethSuicidal TendenciesHatebreedBehemothNapalm DeathMnemicThe Psyke ProjectSuperchargerDevildriverWhitechapelThe Dillinger Escape PlanAdeptDead By AprilDanko Jones3 Inches of BloodThe Damned Things

See also


  1. ^ "Copenhell » Line-up 2014". Retrieved 2014-07-28. 
  2. ^ "Copenhell Festival 2011 Line Up". Retrieved 2014-07-28. 
  3. ^ "Copenhell 2010". Retrieved 2014-07-28. 

External links

  • Official website
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