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Copenhagen’s unpredictable guarantor of the very latest musical encounters changes its name from  Wundergrund to G((o))ng Tomorrow. The new festival is celebrating its first edition this year with a formidable programme including Beirut energy, New York icons and Japanese excesses in encounters with the vibrant Copenhagen music scene. Join us from October 23-31 and experience tomorrow’s music whenG((o))ng Tomorrow sends brand-new vibrations out to the Copenhagen music venues. Welcome!

‘We wanted to celebrate the 10th edition of  the Wundergrund festival and decided to do so by looking ahead and with a new festival name. With G((o))ng Tomorrow we are setting out on a new chapter, and we are very happy to welcome the Copenagen audience to nine days with the latest musical experiments across genres, performance, film and theatre.’
Thorbjørn Tønder Hansen, artistic director and director of SNYK – the Danish national centre for contemporary, experimental music and sound art.