Get ready to party at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio - and there's one spot you have to go!
The 2016 Rio Olympic Games might be all about the athletes – and the incredible moments in sports history – but after the medals are won and the races are run, the hottest ticket in town are the afterparties.
This year, Holland's Heineken House is set to be the hottest party in Rio as they'll be holding massive celebrations in the evening to celebrate athletes' big wins (and you can actually party with your favorite athletes), but they're also going to be the hotspot for watching the Olympic events from their massive big screens during the day.
For years, nations have wanted a space for their athletes and fans to come together to hang out during the monumental Olympic events, after they're done competing. Heineken was the first brand to bring this concept to life for Dutch athletes (they've had parties at 13 Olympic Games!) and this year promises to be even bigger and better.
Each night athletes and fans can come to the 1,000-square -foot party pad located in Leblon to celebrate the Games and listen to big DJs like The Flexican, Luke & Steve, Chuckie and Firebeatz, who will all be spinning. Music acts like Kensington, Guus Meeuwis, Racoon, Typhoon, VanVelzen, Miss Montreal, DI-RECT and Douwe Bob are also expected to stop by.
And the party house isn't just all about the evenings – there are tons to do during the day too. Heineken's Holland House opens up at 11 AM and fans can come watch the Olympic Games from their space and enjoy great food and recreational activities like swimming at both the pool and beach, a beach volleyball court, clinics and boot camps with Dutch Olympians, and much more.
The nightlife in Rio is already pretty incredible, and it's safe to sat that the Olympic Games will be a huge party for everyone.
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