Oracle's 7th Birthday - The Bacardi White Party tickets
Oracle, Leeds Sun 26th August 2012
Oracle turns 7 and celebrates with another LEGENDARY Bacardi White Party... The highlight of the summer calendar! Think Sexy, Think Glamorous, Think Champagne,
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Lineup and Details for Oracle's 7th Birthday - The Bacardi White Party on Sun 26th August 2012
Think sexy, think glamorous, think Champagne, think 7 years of legendary Oracle partyies rolled into one night!
You are invited to celebrate Oracle's 7th Birthday which is also hosting the now LEGENDARY Annual Bacardi White Party on Bank Holiday Sunday 26th August 2012.
Previous years saw PROFESSOR GREEN, TINCHY STRYDER and a whole host of glamorous party people join us for what is always one of the hottest dates in the Leeds party calendar. Celebrating 7 years of Oracle parties and 150 years of Bacardi... this will be the highlight of the summer!
DJ Angel Lee and special guests will be playing House, R'n'B and dancefloor fillers all night long ! ! !
FREE Bacardi Mojito Cocktails... for all ticket holders and guest list in before midnight!
TICKETS... Available now for only £7 online...
GUESTLIST / INFO / TABLES...
Ticket holders will be given priority, but if you would just like to be added to the guest list then please use the BBM/Email contacts below.
BBM ~ 25989046
Email ~ email@example.com
Tables are available on a £50 per person minimum spend on drinks. Please use contact details above to reserve your table!
The venue is in the same complex as the Jurys Inn Leeds and rooms start at just £59 for twin/doubles.
We give the Oracle Club a full White Palace makeover... dressing in white is optional... but why not join in the fun!
Advance tickets available online NOW...
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