Fans in Rio de Janeiro don’t need a ticket to fully experience the Olympic Games. For the first time in Olympic history, Coca‑Cola has created a must-see hangout for teens to engage with the Games on their terms.
Located in a former warehouse in the new heart of downtown, Praça Mauá, Parada Coca‑Cola (Coca‑Cola Station) will welcome an estimated 150,000 fans throughout the Games for concerts, athlete and celebrity appearances, and much more.
Open daily through Aug. 21 from 11 a.m. until 6 p.m., the free attraction includes the largest Coca‑Cola retail store in Latin America and a range of opportunities to experience Coke’s #ThatsGold campaign. Get the full scoop here.
Parada Coca‑Cola Manager Collin Brum gave us a sneak-preview tour before doors officially opened. Take a look:
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