28. June: A night like this.

Don’t miss out on this incredible night of cozy music with The Rhine River Ramblers live in Copenhagen.

Join us for a summer celebration, and meet fellow internationals and readers of The Copenhagen Post.

When we, in collaboration with Proud Mary and the US Embassy, wishes everyone a nice summer holiday.

Attendance is free for Connect Club members, and the first beer is on the house, for submitted guests.

Age requirements are 23 years of age.

You can book a table for the event here:

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Date: Friday 28 June, 19:30 – 22:00
Location: Vesterbrogade 2 A – 1620 Copenhagen.

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