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Åre 2019 presents acclaimed Hov1

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"Gudarna på Västerbron" (The gods on the Western Bridge) will take over Åre 2019 Medals Plaza. Åre 2019 is pleased to welcome the celebrated hip hop group Hov1 to perform live on the stage in Åre Park on Wednesday, 6th February. Dedicated music and ski fans have a unique opportunity to gain access to a restricted Golden Circle.

Åre 2019 presents acclaimed Swedish hiphop group Hov1. Photo: Press image
Åre 2019 presents acclaimed Swedish hiphop group Hov1. Photo: Press image

Ludwig Kronstrand, Noel Flike, Dante Lindhe and Axel Liljefors Jansson make up the acclaimed quartet known as the hip hop group Hov1. Their self-titled debut album Hov1 and its follow-up album Gudarna på Västerbron (The gods on the Western Bridge) have both topped the Swedish Albums Chart. 

Earlier this year, Hov1 was presented with Swedish Radio P3’s coveted music prize P3 Gold for the year’s group and the Guldmicken (Golden Mic) for the year’s live act. They have already been nominated for the 2019 P3 Gold awards in three categories and even have a chance to win the Swedish Grammis Music Award for the year’s artist. The group has a large following of committed fans and Åre 2019 is proud to present Hov1 on the stage at Medals Plaza on Wednesday, 6 February. 

As the cherry on the cake, Åre 2019 is offering the biggest fans access to a Golden Circle which guarantees first row viewing at Hov1’s show. Only 250 lucky individuals will have access to the Golden Circle during the show and these Golden Circle passes will be distributed by the official Åre 2019 mascot Valle in the National Area during the men’s super-G competition earlier in the day. The rule of ‘first come-first served’ applies to those interested in access to the Golden Circle and to validate their access, a proof of entry to the day’s medal competition is required (entry ticket to general admission, grandstand or a valid ski pass). 

Only one pass per person. The Golden Circle pass holders will meet between the restaurants Verandan and Tottebo at 19:00 CET for joint access into the Golden Circle before the start of the concert. 

The maximum capacity of Åre 2019 Medals Plaza is 8’000 so be sure to be in time to secure your spot!

What?Åre 2019 presents Hov1 live

Where?Medals Plaza, Åre Park

When?Wednesday 6 February 19:30 CET

The men’s super-G begins at the National Arena, on Wednesday 6 February at 12:30 CET.

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Åre 2019 presents acclaimed Swedish hiphop group Hov1. Photo: Press image
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Scheduled from 4-17 February 2019, Åre 2019 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships will mark the third time that the second largest winter sport event after the Olympic Winter Games is held in Åre, Sweden. After the 1954 and 2007 editions, Åre 2019 will welcome the world’s top skiers and some 120’000 visitors to an epic celebration of skiing, snow and winter. The 11 medal competitions staged in the unique atmosphere of the leading Scandinavian ski resort will excite millions of global viewers and inspire great numbers to join the sport in active practice.  

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