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Events from the year 2004 in Denmark.
- 14 May - Crown Prince Frederik marries Australian Mary Elizabeth Donaldson in Copenhagen Cathedral, in Copenhagen.
- 26 December - 45 Danes are among the victims of the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami.
The arts 
- June 10 — Gala concert with the Danish National Symphony Orchestra in Tivoli Concert Hall, celebrating Henrik, the Prince Consort of Denmark's 70th birthday, with the premiere performance of Frederik Magle's symphonic poem Souffle le vent from the Cantabile suite.
- May 20 — FC Copenhagen wins the 2003–04 Danish Cup by defeating Aalborg BK 1–0 in the final.
- June 12 – July 4 — Denmark participates at the UEFA Euro 2004 in Portugal.
- February 1 — Denmark takes bronze at the 2004 European Men's Handball Championship by defeating Croatia 31–27 in the third place play-off.
- August 29 — Denmark wins gold in the Women's handball tournament at the 2004 Summer Olympics by defeating [South Korea in the final.
- December 15 — Denmark wins silver at the 2004 European Women's Handball Championship after being defeated 27–25 by Norway in the final.
- April 16–24 — With three gold medals, three silver medals and five bronze medals, Denmark finishes as the best nation at the 19th European Badminton Championships in Geneve, Switzerland.
- June 13 — Tom Kristensen wins the 2004 24 Hours of Le Mans as part of Audi Sport Japan Team Goh, his sixth win of the 24 Hours of Le Mans race.
- July 25 — Michael Rasmussen finishes 3rd in the Mountains classification in the 2004 Tour de France.
- November 12 — Mikkel Kessler becomes WBA championship ny defeating Manny Siaca in Copenhagen after taking on the match on a short notice after his stablemate, Mads Larsen, had been injured in training.
- May 5 – Kate Mundt, actress (born 1930)
- September 14 - Ove Sprogøe, actor (born 1919)
- December 13 - Jørn Larsen, painter and sculptor (born 1926)
- Browne, Anthony; Follett, Christopher (15 May 2004). "Danes cheer as estate agent marries into royal house". London: TimesOnline. Retrieved 2009-11-06.