The tournament, taking place during August 14-17, will be played at the North Jutland venue from 2014-2016 and will carry a prize fund of 1.5million euros, with 270,000 euros to the winner.
Ian Poulter was triumphant the only previous time the European Tour staged a tournament in Denmark, the Ryder Cup star beating Colin Montgomerie by a shot in the 2003 Nordic Open in Copenhagen.
Denmark's Thomas Bjorn, who claimed his first professional victory on the Challenge Tour at Himmerland in 1995, said: "It's fantastic news for the Tour and the country that we're having a new tournament in Denmark next year.
"I think Himmerland will be a perfect venue and I hope the Danish golf fans will come along and support the tournament in good numbers. With Thorbjorn [Olesen] playing so well and a lot good young amateurs coming through the ranks, it's a good time for Danish golf and having a European Tour event in Denmark can only help grow the game even more."