Archive for October, 2011
Tuesday, October 11th, 2011
The Night of Culture in Copenhagen and Frederiksberg promises more than 500 cultural events in one night. Most of the events are less than a ten minute leisurely bike ride from Avenue Hotel.
On 14 October more than 250 museums, galleries, political institutions and other venues all over Copenhagen and Frederiksberg will open their doors to expose the hidden sides of the city’s cultural landscape.
For the first time the Night of Culture has its own event; an after-party in collaboration with TAP1, thePocket and Visit Carlsberg.
Imagination creates the Night of Culture
“The Night of Culture has a unique ability to make the big official cultural institutions as well as the underground open their doors at the same time,” says project manager Marie Myschetzky from The Night of Culture.
She adds: “The programme has no theme but grows in all directions enabled by the sheer force and imagination of the participants.”
After-party with Live Music, DJs and Art
“We take our name literally and expand the events till 4 pm with an after-party mixing live music, DJs and art,” says Kari Haugan Engberg from Danish Architecture Centre.
The after-party starts at 11 pm, it has a capacity of 2,000 people, and entry is included in the Night of Culture Pass.
Tickets and More Information
If you buy a Night of Culture Pass for 90 kroner (approximately 12 Euros) you get free admission as well as free access to public transportation from 5 pm to 5 am.
Find more information about the Night of Culture Pass, the after-party at TAP2 and the entire programme at Kulturnatten.dk, and remember that most of the events are less than a 10 minute leisurely bike ride from Avenue Hotel.
Friday, October 7th, 2011
Enter the draw for an amazing shopping experience. You will be picked up in a Mini, get to choose an outfit from Stylebutler and shoes from Gardenia Copenhagen. Lunch at Joe & The Juice, be pampered at Dennis Knudsen’s salon and spend the night at Avenue Hotel.
Jan Nygaard A/S and Avenue Hotel invite you to join the draw for an amazing shopping weekend for two people.
The total value of the weekend is approximately DKK 15,000.
Be spoiled in Copenhagen
It sounds like a dream come through. Jan Nygaard A/S has put together an amazing shopping weekend: the winners of the shopping experience will be transported round Copenhagen in a Mini, get to choose an outfit from Stylebutler and new shoes from Gardenia Copenhagen. They will lunch at hot spot, Joe & The Juice, be pampered at celebrity stylist Dennis Knudsen’s salon and spend the night at Avenue Hotel.
How to win the Amazing Weekend in Copenhagen
To enter the draw, all you have to do is to print the formula at women’s magazine Femina, fill it out, and hand it in at Jan Nygaard A/S’s stand at the Femina Lifestyle Fair at Forum Copenhagen from Friday 7 October to Sunday 9 October 2011.
Luckily the Femina Lifestyle Fair at Forum Copenhagen is a pleasant five minute stroll from Avenue Hotel.
Thursday, October 6th, 2011
Win a FEXCARD to the value of DKK 500. You can use the electronic gift and experience card in most shops and places of entertainment in our local neighbourhood, including Avenue Hotel.
Frederiksberg Experience works to improve the local business environment and rally the local businesses round new initiatives. The organization has launched the electronic gift and experience card, FEXCARD, which you can buy and use in most shops and places of entertainment in our local neighbourhood.
Win a FEXCARD to the Value of DKK 500
Find more information about the FEXCARD and enter the monthly draw for a FEXCARD to the value of DKK 500 (all information is in Danish).
And remember you can use (and buy) your FEXCARD at Avenue Hotel.
Thursday, October 6th, 2011
DJs Katrine Ring and Stephan Bomberg reinvent classical music at Yellow Lounge every Wednesday at Avenue Hotel.
DJ Katrine Ring presents new compositions and an eclectic mix of classical music, electronic vibes and jazz at Yellow Lounge on Wednesday 12 October, 8-11 pm.
Event: Yellow Lounge – DJs reinventing classical music
When: Wednesday 12 October, 8-11 pm
Where: The Lounge at Avenue Hotel, Åboulevard 29, Frederiksberg
Price: Free entry but you may be tempted to start early with our bartenders’ delightful composition Yellow Lounge Cocktail
More about Yellow Lounge
Find more information about Yellow Lounge, the innovative DJ-sessions mixing classical music, electronic vibes and live performances at Avenue Hotel.
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