(Ed Note - Please know details of this event changed 16th August - updated details below)
It takes a combination of elements to create a truly exceptional night, a party to be talked about long before and long after it's actually been enjoyed. The jungle drums are already beating about
Auras forthcoming August Bank Holiday offering.
¡ESPIRITU LATINO! night, to be held at Aura on 23rd August by the world renowned Quintessentially Concierge team ('on island' partners Deliciously Sorted Concierge making sure every last box is ticked) one starts to understand why the jungle dums are in action so early.
Focusing on attracting the key movers and groovers on the island as well as associated international VIP's, this is sizing up to be a dinner and after-party to mark the season.
Check out some of the finer points but know as you do so, tickets are limited! (Reservation details are below)
Commencing at 8pm the event starts with a canapés reception in Auras beautiful open air setting, followed by a four course dinner especially created by chefs Gerard Ortiz and Aleks Blanco. Dishes will include grilled langoustine, five-hour lamb with aubergine caviar, Aura’s butter-poached lobster and white crab salad and whole peach poached in pink Cava and lavender syrup (yes please!)
Ramping it up at 11pm, Auras doors will open to welcome party-goers, with live performance from A.Skillz. The Cuban Brothers will then step up, rocking the venue with an awesome DJ set. This party is going to buzz right through until the early hours - how else to enjoy the August bank holiday in real style?
The dinner costs just 65€ per person for a four-course dinner and access to the after-party.
For the after party a minimum spend of €60 applies to ‘party only’ tickets
Call Aura to book a table for dinner from 20.00 or to guarantee your ticket to the party from 23.00 on 00 34 971 325 356 or email@example.com
Check out the flyer below and DO dress to impress!
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