X.Clusive by Ciroc to celebrate 2014 in style

Published: Friday | December 13, 2013 Comments 0

The 'in crowd' is set to descend on the lush Sunken Gardens at Hope Gardens to ring in 2014 at X.Clusive by Ciroc.

The event is a year-to-year hit among patrons as it brings several social groups together in one euphoric celebration of the passing of another year.

"X.Clusive by Ciroc has a track record of delivering great entertainment experiences, and this year will be no different," says Garth Walker, one of the event's promoters.

"Our top-shelf bar will include the range of premium Diageo products, including Ciroc Vodka, Don Julio Tequila, Zacapa Rum, Bailey's Irish Cream, and Johnnie Walker scotch. We will also have a top-shelf bottle bar for patrons who want to celebrate with their own bottle," Walker explained.

The event boasts a team of elite promoters whose combined repertoire includes events such as Cabana City, Osmosis, A-List, Yush, Ultra, and Uber.

Sponsored by Ciroc Ultra Premium Vodka, Coca Cola and Häagen Dazs, the event is once again set to illuminate Kingston nightlife on December 31, with an eclectic vibe, exciting décor, premium alcohol, and a delectable array of food.

The team has partnered with Coca Cola to create a midnight wow moment that is certain to immerse patrons in the emotions of the dawn of a new year.

The promoters promise an extensive menu from their premium food court, with dishes including stuffed beef loin in red wine au jus, Rosemary Pesto chicken, shrimp pasta in basil sauce, and coconut crusted salmon done by the famous Jacqui Tyson.

The Häagen Dazs ice cream station will surely be a hit for the X.Clusive patrons.

Patrons will be provided with complimentary party favours on entry and are expected to adhere to the event's strict dress code.

Music will be provided by DJ Nicco and DJ Cruise.

Tickets cost $4,000 for females and $6,000 for men. Tickets can be obtained at Adam and Eve Day Spa and from select ticket agents.

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