Coming up Soon: Cuisine from Korea, cargo bike racing and chanting for the moon

Celebrate the Kimchi Festival in Torvehallerne this weekend. It’s Korean with a Nordic twist! The opening event on Saturday starts at 12. There will be food, a quiz and music (June 26-28, 10:00; Frederiksborggade 21, Cph N)

concert

At this month’s Kultur-clash concert, the VerdensKulturCentret is hosting the Tropi-Punk band from Buenos Aires: Kumbia Queers. They will be playing songs from their new album, ‘Canta y no llores’ (July 1, 20:00; Nørre Alle 7, Cph N; 60kr)

Bicycle messenger with cargo bike speeding

The legendary Svajerløbet cargo bike race is this Saturday and everyone is welcome to participate. There will be food and drink stands at the starting point. The sign-in starts at 11:30 (June 27, 12:30-17:00; Øknehallen, Hameltorvet 11, Cph V; registration: 50kr)

Group of cheerful people on a beach party at night.

Healing time! This Thursday join the Full Moon Chant circle with Kevin James. Meditate, sing and dance under the energy of the moon (July 2, 19:00-21:00; Studio Nia, Suomisvej 2, Frederiksberg; 200kr)

Dancing around the may pole

Do you write? Join the Meetup Copenhagen Writers Club and participate in their next gathering. The task: write two pages about the Summer Solstice. Wednesday is feedback time (July 1, 18:00-21:00; Danasvej 30 B, Frederiksberg)

latino danish orchestra

‘Son Puntillas’, the Danish-Latin orchestra is playing at Casa Latinoamericana. Join for a night of barbecue, tropical music and dance (June 27, 20:00; Høffdingsvej 10, Valby; 60kr)

 





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