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Zombie Pirate Boat Party Ft. Seminor Lab & Baseline Sounds on Friday 26th October 2018
ZOMBIE PIRATE SHIP
LAST 50 TICKETS !
The days are getting shorter, the nights are getting longer and Halloween is upon us once again…..Halloween 2018 is looking better than ever!
What's scarier than Halloween? A Halloween without the Zombie Pirate Boat. The legendary party kicks off London's Halloween weekend right with his popular annual monstrous beats and haunted rhythms on London's party boat fully dressed for Halloween.
Party on the Thames till 12am then it's the after party straight after, just a short distance walk from the Pier or simply jump on the Underground! Just be sure to collect you're wristband and to arrive there with ID before 1am.
This is by far London's biggest and most popular 2 part Halloween party with fully themed boats and a free after-party. All aboard the Zombie Pirate Ship.
Check out the photos of our previous parties at www.amorboatparties.com and www.facebook.com/spacelondon
8pm - Midnight from Westminster Pier
Followed by the after-party until Super Late... Always one of London's biggest Halloween parties. The boat features two decks of music, entertainment and full production and fully stocked bars at pub prices.
Deck 1. Tech/House Deck 2. Club Classics / Flashback
THE AFTER PARTY
The Zombie Ball
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'Fancy dress is optional but those that do have more fun'
Sir dj Mercury
2 Baseline Sounds
Mark House Lamont
Over 18's photo ID please
For Group Bookings / VIP packages / Birthdays / Enquiries to email@example.com
More info: www.amorboatparties.com +447492 231093
Music Genres: Electro, House, Pop, R&B, Tech House
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