Pure White Party – Aqua Luna

[19/07/10] 

Heritage Swooner

Tired of the Hong Kong club scene? Claustrophobic clubs packed with horny guys and cigarette smoke (never mind the law change). Power hungry bouncers and bimbo door chicks downstairs, average cocktails and nary a window in sight upstairs. It’s enough to turn you into a house-bound granny. Fortunately one party will promote fresh beats and fresh air to boot.

 



Aqua Luna, the iconic 28-metre red-sailed junk that sails Victoria Harbour, will be hosting an exclusive Pure White Party on July 24, featuring the spin-tastic skills of Swiss DJ Adrian Admirail.

Sail to a backdrop of the Hong Kong skyline and the electrifying beats and pumping grooves of DJ Admirail, accompanied by gourmet snacks and drinks. Party tickets are $300 and include four complimentary drinks, with festivities starting at 9pm until 1am, with pick ups in Central and TST.

The dress code is white – naturally – and be sure to dress to impress because you know the kind of honeys this event it going to attract. Like moths to your man flame.

“What you going to do with all that junk?”

Pure White Party – Aqua Luna
Saturday July 24
Tickets $300pp including four drinks available at www.aqualuna.com.hk or Tel: 2116 8821

Nuts & Bolts
A Pure White party on Hong Kong’s iconic Aqua Luna





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