Stella Polaris, probably the biggest outdoor chill-out event in world - is named after the bright North Star. It is a free outdoor music event that takes place annually in the end of July. It is one of the most popular traditions of the summer months that unfolds in picturesque inner city parks around the country and attracts a large mixed crowd of all types and ages.
The unique electronic one-day festival has survived the occasional nondescript drizzle and even a year of heavy rain and strange hail showers, but somehow the clouds seem to disappear as soon as the music starts to play, and most years the event is bathed in blissful, sizzling sunshine, the atmosphere in the park reaching paradisiacal heights.
The crowd is a great mix of discerning electronic feinschmeckers, happy families with playing children, intoxicated after parties, smooching couples sharing kisses and cool white wine and the odd surprised group who just happened to walk by and decided to stay. Most of the people are between 20 and 30 years old.
This year the event takes place on Saturday, 30 July at 12:00-21:00 at Botanical garden in Aarhus.
More information about the event is available here.