Guaranteed gratification for gamers

Do you have gamers in the house?

Well, here’s a chance to get rid of them this weekend by telling them about an event where they can meet popular Danish Youtubers!

If that doesn’t interest them, a LAN party with 1,000 fellow gamers should. Everyone is bringing their computers and consoles to spend the weekend with friends and like-minded people.

Any game can be played, so all anyone needs to do is turn up and play whichever ones interests them!

Hurry and reserve tickets before they sell out!

GGFestival
Jan 15-17; Ballerup Super Arena, Ballerup Idrætsby 4, Ballerup; 650kr, visitor tickets: 100kr;  ggfestival.gonzomedia.dk


 

For over a decade, Copenhagen’s masses have been dancing the night away at Culture Box. Join in as it celebrates its 11th birthday with the likes of Rolando and Daniel Miller.

Culture Box 11th Birthday
Kronprinsessegade 54, Cph K; Jan 16, 21:00 onwards; 100kr; more info on culture-box.com





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