Bitch presents the 'Bora Bora Ibiza' Party tickets
Venus, Manchester Sat 28th July 2012
Bitch turns up the heat this summer with the annual Bora Bora Bitch party featuring Oliver Lang and D.O.D
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Lineup and Details for Bitch presents the 'Bora Bora Ibiza' Party on Sat 28th July 2012
On the back of Junes massive label launch party with Kim Fai Bitch continues to prove why its one of the UKs most prominent weekend parties. The army of world class talent that has sent Bitch into raptures this year includes: Hardwell, Michael Woods, Nicky Romero, Gina Star, Third Party, Kryder, Pixel Cheese and Radio 1s Danny Howard, who have all contributed to making sure that Bitch stays at the top of the pile.
In July this gargantuan brand turns the temperature up even higher on the summer season with a very special guest who will be giving Venus a Bora Bora style makeover. On Saturday 28th July, Bitch welcome Ibiza legend and Dojo Records boss - Oliver Lang, DJ Whizzkid D.O.D and the usual Bitch and Venus Residents
BITCH BORA BORA IBIZA PARTY
SATURDAY 28TH JULY 2012
PRICE IS £10 ADV AND £12 OTD - VENUS MEMBERS £10
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If its your birthday we have 6 booths to reserve in the club. The is a free service and is available for groups over 8. With every reservation you will receive a free bottle of champagne to make the birthday that little bit more special courtesy of Venus the Club.
Also with your reserved area you can purchase the following drink packages from behind the bar:
Bottle of Eristoff Vodka plus 6 cans of Red Bull - £75
Bacardi Originals Mojito/Cuba Libre Sharing Suitcase - £10
Bottle of House Champagne - £25
Bottle of Moet/Veurve Yellow Label - £45
6 x flavoured shots - £10
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