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100 Days-to-Go News Roundup: Belgium, Canada, Denmark, France, New Zealand, South Korea

With 100 days to until the next edition of the Summer Olympic Games, here's a roundup of fresh news surrounding Hospitality Houses at Paris 2024.

Belgium: Lotto Belgium House

In their 100-days-to-go marketing, the Belgian Interfederal Olympic Committee has announced that "early bird pricing" for access to Lotto Belgium House ends on Sunday April 21.

They have yet to announce new pricing, but if you are considering attending Lotto Belgium House at Paris 2024, buy your tickets now!

Canada: Canada Olympic House

In mid-April, the Canadian Olympic Committee (COC) officially launched ticket sales for Canada Olympic House at Paris 2024.

Canada Olympic House will be located at La Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie, in Parc de la Villette. The cost to enter Canada Olympic House will be €30 for adults and €12 for children under the age of 12. Organizers recommend fans purchase their tickets in advance.

Canada Olympic House will offer an array of entertainment experiences in partnership with their sponsors, including a pop-up shop by their official outfitter, lululemon.

Denmark: Denmark Pavilion

In early March, Denmark's Tourism Board (VisitDenmark) announced plans to open Denmark Pavilion, just off the Champs-Élysées, during the Paris 2024 Olympic Games. Specifically, it will be located by Maison du Danemark and Frederik's Church, in the heart of Paris.

The Denmark Pavilion will be open from July 26 to August 11, from 11am to 10pm each day. Excitingly, it will be open to the public and free. During Paris 2024, Denmark Pavilion is intending to showcase the very best of Denmark, centering around the concept of "Everyday Wonder."

France: Club France

On Wednesday April 17 with 100 days to go until Paris 2024, Ile-de-France Regional Olympic and Sports Committee (CROS Ile-de-France) officially launched details about the "fan zone" at Club France.

In addition to the premium ticketed experiences on offer, fans will be able to visit Club France for €5 per day during the Olympic Games, and for free during the Paralympic Games.

New Zealand: New Zealand House

Also in early March, the New Zealand Olympic Committee (NZOC) announced they will open New Zealand House, right on the Champs-Élysées at the Marriott Champs-Élysées, for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games.

New Zealand House will be open from July 24, two days before the Paris 2024 Opening Ceremonies, until to August 11, the day of the Closing Ceremonies. In the press release, the NZOC notes the Hospitality House will be open daily from 11am "until late".

New Zealand House will be free and open to the public.

South Korea: Korea House

Through some internet sleuthing, the House Party Blog has learned that South Korea is planning to host a Hospitality House at Paris 2024. With most of the details still under wraps, it appears that the Korean Sport & Olympic Committee (KSOC) has selected Cotin as the agency of record to execute Korea House.

Korea House Venue Rendering. Courtesy of Cotin.
Korea House Venue Rendering. Courtesy of Cotin.

We'll continue to update the House Party blog as more Korea Hoouse details emerge!

What Hospitality House news are you most excited about?

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