VLDB 2021: Banquet at Langeliniepavillonen
We look forward to welcoming our in-person participants at the conference banquet!
The Langelinie Pavilion (Danish: Langeliniepavillonen) is a venue located at the Langelinie waterfront in Copenhagen, Denmark. The first Langelinie Pavilion was built in the 1880s but the current building is a Modernist structure from 1958 and was designed by Nils and Eva Koppel. It was listed on the Danish registry of protected buildings and places by the Danish Heritage Agency on 12 March 2006. Poul Henningsen's PH Artichoke lamp was designed for the building.
The building is located close to the statue of The Little Mermaid and the Ivar Huitfeldt Column.
Entrance and COVID-19 Measures
Please note that there will be a COVID check at the entrance, so kindly have one of the required documents ready to give for the check:
- Negative test result that is at most 72 hours old (antigens) / 96 hours old (PCR); OR
- Proof of being fully vaccinated; OR
- Proof of having COVID-19 before
There will be transportation provided to the venue with boats, leaving from Tivoli Hotel (meeting at VLDB 2021 Registration & Information desk) at 17:50 Copenhagen time.
Return transfers to the hotel from the venue will be with bus leaving at 21:00 from Langeliniepavillonen to Tivoli Hotel.