The Southern Cross Club is running a competition to win two tickets to the Fat Freddy's Drop concert on April 3 in Falconer Salen in Frederiksberg. To be in, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org answering the following question: In what town are Fat Freddy's Drop based? Add your name and contact details and keep your fingers crossed! You're also very welcome to come to one of our café evenings and join the competition there. The next one is at Floras on Blågårdsgade in Nørrebro on Friday 12 February, 7.30pm. The lucky winners will be drawn at the following café evening on Friday 11 March (venue to be announced) from those who have answered the question correctly. So come along! There'll still be a chance to take part on March 11, but you'll need to come early.
The tickets are kindly donated by the organiser of Fat Freddy's Danish concert, who has also guaranteed that there will still be tickets available on March 11 for those not lucky enough to win theirs. (But he doesn't guarantee they won't be sold out by April 3).
In fact the concert has been moved to the larger Falconer Salen from Store Vega, because earlier concerts there have been sold out, leaving many disappointed fans.
I know a lot of you have already bought tickets, but think what a good present two tickets would be.
If any of you don't know who Fat Freddy's Drop are, I really pity you! Then you must come along to find out what you're missing out on!
See you at a Café Evening or at the Fat Freddy's concert!
FAT FREDDY'S DROP: 2 TICKETS TO BE WON!
Fat Freddy's Drop Competition
We have a competition coming up where you can win two tickets to the coming Fat Freddy's Drop concert. Keep your eyes glued to the website or even better,come along to our Café Evening! Simon
Café Evening 12 February 2016
Our next Café Evening will be held at Floras Kaffebar, Blågårdsgade 27, 2200 København N. You can walk there from Forum Metro Station or catch bus 5A a few stops from Nørreport. Floras is an institution that's been there quite some time. We earlier held a brunch there. We liked Paludan Book Cafe where we held a few café evenings, but it was difficult to get a table and the queue for drinks and eats was very long, so we're trying something new. Come along and meet other Kiwis and Aussies. New people are very welcome. Look out for the NZ and Aussie flags! We'll be there at 7.30pm. Simon