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Tabu @ Spy Bar this Saturday night

BACARDI & HIGHLIFE ENTERTAINMENT PRESENTS

Tabu

THIS SATURDAY JULY 9TH @ SPY BAR


FEATURING:

DJ’S - JOLYON PETCH , GRANT MARSHALL, EMMA GREEN & JARROD PHILLIPS BACK 2 BACK

LIVE MUSIC - LOUIS ON SAX & LEVANI ON PERCUSSION

HOSTS - ADAM B, JEMMA T & AARON CAVILLE

PRODUCTION – SPY BAR WILL BE TURNED INTO A MYSTERIOUS JUNGLE WITH EXQUISITE LIGHTING EFFECTS AND OTHER SURPRISES INSTORE!

Info: Delicious Bacardi cocktails on entry, Seductive sounds and a entertainment experience that you do not want to miss. Doors open 10pm till dawn. The best dressed will win high quality Bacardi bar set’s.


Spy Bar members get priority! But please get to Spy early to avoid the heavy door queues.


Tabu


An intimate occasion at a premium downtown underground destination.

Leave your inhibitions at the door.

ENDS

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