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The coronavirus does not stop bars from opening “online”

All over the world bars and discos have had to close due to the coronavirus. But in France, this bar in Lille keeps the party online.

Since March 15th bars and discos have had to close their doors to the public because of the coronavirus epidemic. The bar in the French city of Lille, “Kolor”, invites its regulars and anyone else who wants to, to participate in the blind-test via the bar’s Facebook page, where you can guess what the DJ is playing. Then, there will be a karaoke session. This will take place every Wednesday, live, each from his home! and animated by Tewfiq, the usual entertainer at the blind-test bar, from his living room.

The DJ confesses, “It’s going to be strange at first, I’ll have to talk to myself!

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Publiée par KOLOR BAR sur Lundi 23 mars 2020

One of the bar’s managers, Romain Galinski, admits that it “hurts our hearts not to be able to open our venue…So this is going to be an opportunity for us to meet. It’s going to be a bit of a mood lift. We’re also thinking about other things that are a little outside the box and outside the current context.

The Kolor bar proposes other fun initiatives like at noon, Francis, another DJ from the bar, plays mixes so that everyone can dance.

Don’t drink and drive. Enjoy responsibly.