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Published on: 2017-11-14     116 times read    0  Comments

Bacardi House Party on Nov 15

November 14: International artists Aviram Saharai and Matan Kadosh are all set to entertain the locals of Kathmandu with their Vini Vici project during Bacardi House Party at Malla Hotel on Wednesday, November 15.

The house party is targeted to provide party lovers with exquisite taste of electronic music with their favorite Bacardi drinks and cocktails, reads a press statement issued by Bacardi.

The party will start from 5 pm onwards.

Artists such as BPM, Bknot, Punit, Pips, Finzok and Rabbit will also be performing at the party with their unique music. Pre-sale tickets are priced at Rs 2,000. The tickets are available in Evo Store (Sherpa Mall), Evo Store (Labim Mall), Beta House (Thamel), Monumental Paradise (Jhochhen) and interested people can also book their tickets online at http://www.tktmonkeys.com/.

Bacardi said it has been a pioneer of such events in India and now it is replicating the fun and craze in Nepal as well. Bacardi previously organized the Bacardi House Party with Julia Bliss at Club 25 Hours on February 17 and Bacardi House Party at Club OMG in the capital on April 24.

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