the Singer Lene Nystrom has the time in a comprehensive project for the time being.
Soon turns Aqua-star, namely its doors to a new night club called Pangea in Skovriderkroen on Strandvejen in Charlottenlund, which both will provide the framework for a restaurant and nightclub for people over 30 years.
she reveals on her Instagram profile.
'I'm so excited to see how things go forward with Pangea. It is great to see the site come to life with the beautiful colors, wallpapers and tiles. I can't wait to welcome you inside, as this building may get new life', she writes to an image of himself at the dance club, where she also reveals that Pangea opens 11. may.
At the head of the new club are out of Lene Nystrom, the long-standing klubarrangør Kim Thurman, who among other things is behind the cocktail bar the Dandy, and the group Rekom.
the Idea behind Pangea is that you can eat and partying under the same roof, and you will as a guest on the site could sit at the tables, as long as you want. The team behind Pangea will be appealing to people over 30 years and those who appreciate to spend an entire evening in the same place without having to transport themselves from one place to another.
Lene Nystrom is the lead singer in the iconic Aqua. Photo: Ole Steen
To Berlingske tells Aqua-Lene that she has long considered investing in a nightclub.
- I have been asked several times whether I would invest in the kind, but I said yes to it here, because Kim (Thurmann, red.) is the best, and I'm flattered that he would want me as a partner, says Lene Nystrom to the newspaper.
- And so is Skovriderkroen an iconic building, which is so beautiful, and our club is going to offer something different than those in the city. We would like to have a cosy atmosphere, where the waiter remembered you from the last, and where it is a little like coming home, she says further.
Kim Thurman is excited about the new collaboration.
- We want to seduce people to party and dance, when restaurantoplevelsen ends and the night takes over - and we will not stop before at four o'clock in the morning, he says to Berlingske.
the Extra Leaf has repeatedly tried to get a comment from Lene Nystrom and her manager in connection with the opening of the new club, but without success.