Early-March Events: Chocolate for all-comers

Chocolate Festival
Feb 27-28, 10:00-17:00; TAP1, Ny Carlsberg Vej 91, Cph V; 130kr, group pass (admits 4): 460kr, madbillet.dk; chokoladefestival.dk
With Spring and Easter just around the corner, the Chocolate Festival is coming out to play.

As the biggest event in Denmark for chocolate lovers, the festival is centred around bringing attention to great chocolate and will be showcasing 40-50 exhibitors and their own chocolaty products from around the world.

All the activities, lectures, demos and even a chocolate massage will be available for the participants.

The festival is run by volunteers working under organiser Chokoladeselskabet – a 100 percent voluntarily run, non-commercial association. (DD)


Fest internacional del Caribe
March 4-6, 17:00; Groendal MultiCenter, Hvidkildevej 64, Cph NV; one-day pass: 750kr; fidelcaribe.com
Caribbean dancing for willing learners and advanced social dancers! Bachata, son, salsa, bolero, merengue and chachachá experts will keep you on your toes. Dance parties on March 5-6 from 21:00. Register for the workshops! (PS)

cari dancing

Dancehall Madness II
March 4, 22:00-05:00; Pumpehuset, Studiestræde 52, Cph K; 70kr; pumpehuset.dk
Dancehall Madness part 2 comes to Pumpehuset for a night of dancehall vibes, Jamaican rum punch and unruliness. The likes of the Vuvuzela dance crew and Irave will keep the dancefloor pumping in the best Kingston style. (PS)

Rocking dance floor

Latin American Film Festival
Feb 26-March 6; Valby Kino, Gammel Jernbanevej 26, Valby; 90kr; valbykino.dk
The Latin American Film Festival presents the best films from Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Cuba, Mexico, Panama, Venezuela, Uruguay and the Dominican Republic. Most of the films have English subtitles. (PS)

Happy couple at the movies

Brazilian Night
March 5; Huset, Rådhusstræde, Cph K; 60kr; huset-kbh.dk
Huset is going Brazilian nuts, transforming downtown Copenhagen into a rhythmic tropical paradise. The caipirinhas will be flowing and the DJ Capoiera Soundsystem will turn the dancefloor into a steamy carnival. (PS)

Group of hipsters throwing confetti at a party in celebrations

Feminist Unite Party
March 5, 20:00; Kvindehuset, Gothersgade 37, Cph K; 30-70kr; reelligestilling.dk
To mark International Women’s Day, the Copenhagen Women’s House is hosting a revolutionary dance/open performance party with DJs and a cheap bar. Everyone is welcome bar men. Cash only. (PS)

feminist bullshit

Depeche Mode Party
March 5, 19:00- 04:00; KB3, Kødboderne 3, Cph V; 170kr
Big up your hair for the 30th anniversary of the legendary Black Celebration album. Nothing but Depeche Mode all night for the old romantics among you who just can’t get enough. Sure to be a sell-out, so book early. (PS)




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