31 years after Dizzy Mizz Lizzy was formed, appears the trio is finally on the Green.
The popular orchestra has just been announced as the final name on this year's traditional trip through the country.
Dizzy Mizz Lizzy, which is one of the best-selling Danish rock bands ever, said in a press release:
'On the Green, we are going to play all the numbers, we know people want to hear, and perhaps reveal we also have a new number or two. The audience can expect it to be full great from our side of the. There are many other good names on the poster for the Green 2019, and them we must not pale in comparison to.'
the Group has long been working on the followup to comebackpladen 'Forward in Reverse' from 2016, but their bookingagent, Henrik Seifert, inform to the Extra Magazine, that the album only comes out in 2020.
Dizzy Mizz Lizzy marks on Saturday the reopening of the refurbished venue Amager Bio, with a rare intimkoncert.
Tim Christensen, Martin Nielsen and Søren Friis can also be experienced on several of the summer festivals.
Green, formerly the Green Concert, will this year also be visited by Scarlet Pleasure, Kesi, Kato, Carpark North, Alphabeat, Saveus and Anne, Sanne & Lis.
' begin 18. July on the isle of Amager and ends 28. July in Valby. Aarhus, Odense, Aalborg, Esbjerg, Roskilde and Kolding will also be visited.
Ticket to the Green costs 280 dollars.
Dizzy Mizz Lizzy spared no punches, as they entertained on the Jelling music Festival last year. Photo: Per Lange