VIDEO Video: Summer in Tivoli
Rock Gods blasting out their tunes, dancers spinning on the stage and Petzi greeting the children. The summer season in Tivoli Gardens is anything but boring! And not just because of the many fun rides, Tivoli is that and so much more. Explore the beautiful flower settings throughout the Gardens, enjoy some cotton candy or a candy glazed apple, win a giant teddy bear in one of the many game stalls or simply enjoy the smiles and laughter from people around you. When you grow hungry, stop by one of the many restaurants and enjoy a lovely dinner.
After you have enjoyed a nice meal, head to the Tivoli Lake and watch the light show “Tivoli Illuminations”. Or stop by on a Saturday night for a colourful firework display and a potpourri of musical pieces from Danish composer Hans Christian Lumbye.
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this guide to Tivoli's rides and music events - a big part of summer in Tivoli!
The ensemble consists of 20 classically trained dancers from around the world – of whom three principle dancers are from Denmark. The Tivoli Ballet Theatre is the only classically based ballet ensemble in Denmark beside The Royal Danish Ballet. There are approximately 300 performances each summer in Tivoli’s Pantomime Theatre, with performances ranging from classical ballet and fairy tale ballet to modern pieces and traditional pantomime performances. In addition to the above, the Tivoli Ballet Theatre will perform the Christmas ballet “The Nutcracker” in the Tivoli Concert Hall this December. A production which has Queen Margrethe II as scenographer. Tivoli’s collaboration with the Danish monarch dates back to 2011, when she was affiliated to the Pantomime Theatre as their in house scenographer. During her engagement with Tivoli, Queen Margrethe II has created decorations and costumes for a number of fairy tale themed ballets.