A night to remember at Drone

Free admission, synth-rock and 20kr beer until midnight

Located on the main stretch of Nørrebrogade, Drone is something of an alternative, grimy yet trendy rock-haven for Copenhageners.

With people pouring in from far and wide to get their shoes dirty, a good couple of hundred people show up every weekend. 

Tonight’s set will start with an appearance by Grenaa’s emerging baby-faced punk rock outfit Gäy.

Copenhagen’s electro-pop noir artist Rebecca Molina will then take over with her electronic synth-rock, which will set the dancefloor alight with the help of the 20kr Guldøl available until midnight.

Gäy & Rebecca Molina (DJ) 
Thu 13 Nov, 21:00; Drone; free adm 





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