Coming up soon: Euroscepticism debate, electronic delights and elegant drinks

Made famous in Barcelona, the Sónar music festival is coming to Copenhagen for the first time. Head down to Jean Nouvel’s blue cube, DR Koncerthuset, and invite your electronic dance music-loving friends out for two days of festivities (Emil Holms Kanal 20; Mar 13-14 19:00-03:00; from 475kr, tickets sonarcopenhagen.com)

Attend an English-language panel debate about Euroscepticism featuring six politicians split into two teams: pro-Europe and anti-Europe. In particular, cultural identity, welfare tourism and social dumping will be debated (Aalborg Town Hall, Gammeltorv 2; March 19, 19:00-21:00; euro.dk)

Get inspiration from other international citizens to find out more about events in the city. Use the networking opportunity to find that fifth member for your five-a-side football team or a book club that reads your favourite genre (International House, Gyldenløvesgade 11; Mar 19, 17:00-18:30; signup ihcph.kk.dk)

Share a meal with the community through One Bowl. Take part in the preparing, cooking, eating and/or cleaning and get to know other members of the food-sharing club (Café Kant, Drejervej 11; March 18, 16:00 for cooking, 18:30 for eating; onebowl.dk)       

Show off your extensive music knowledge at Studenterhuset’s quiz night hosted by the University’s radio station. Win beer prizes and play board games afterwards (Købmagergade 52; March 16, 19:00; studenterhuset.com)

Fashionistas unite! Vintage shop Studio Travel is expanding, so why not attend the opening of their second shop? Enjoy drinks sponsored by Mikkeller and music from selected DJs (Hyskenstræde 8; March 13, 17:00) 





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