Heart of Denmark final: Catchy tunes by Panamah & chasing Pokemon Go!

As the Olympic Games draw to an end, Heart of Denmark - the Danish hospitality house in Rio - finishes off with two festive, fun and fast paced events: Catchy tunes by Panamah & Pokemon Go chasing!
Friday, August 19, 2016

Danish pop trio Panamah - makers of the hit song “Børn af natten” - the only ever hit on Brazilian radio sung in Danish (in 2013) - is playing their hit tunes at the pavilion on Ipanema on Saturday, 20 August at 8-10pm. This concert Is a 'must go' concert for anyone wanting to finish off Rio2016 in style, and in this special 'Rio edition' the three band members invite Brazilian musicians inside their personal pop universe, with brand new arrangements made especially for the occasion.

as well as:

Pokemon Go chasing - of course - at the Danish pavilion from Friday, 19 August to Sunday 21 August, daily bw 11am-10pm. Pokemon Go was launched in Brazil on August 3, and the Heart of Denmark rounds off the Games on 19-21 August with 2 Pokemon Go pokestops near the pavilion. The area will be loaded with lure modules during opening hours, so 'go catch'em all' at the Danish house before its too late :-)

Once you are done with one or the other - or both? - it's time for us to take a bow and to thank you for your great interest in and support of the Heart of Denmark initiative on Ipanema Beach during the Olympics! 

Yours sincerely,
The Heart of Denmark initiative

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The Danish pavilion is open to the public 3-21 August 2016 from 11am to 10pm. Admission is free. 

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The inauguration of the pavilion took place 2nd August and was attended by members of the Danish Royal Family and members of the International Olympic Committee.


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