I’m sorry to say that summer is slowly drawing to a close, and you’re running out of chances to really let loose in the great outdoors.
Don’t despair just yet, though, because there’s one last chance to crack open a cold one in the sunshine, and dance until the day is done.
We Love Summer Last Dance is happening on March 7, at Blue Rock in Somerset West, so you have plenty of time to plan, grab some tickets and some mates, and make a day of it.
You can look forward to all of the great things that you’ve come to expect from a We Love Summer party, including (but not limited to) incredible music, swimming, beautiful people, chill spaces, Sol Beer and a bit of mixology.
Oh, and good vibes. Those you can count on.
Our advice is to arrive hungry and thirsty. Sol Beer is sponsoring the event, so there’ll be no shortage of refreshing Mexican brews on hand.
If you need something to line your stomach, Blue Rock will be providing a wide array of food, including pizzas and hot dogs.
Tickets are limited, so you’ll want to act fast.
Here’s everything that you need to know:
Check out the event page on Facebook to keep on top of things.
The event is strictly 21 and over, so you’ll have to leave the little ones at home. They will be checking IDs at the door, so make sure you’re carrying yours.
If you’re fancy, you can go in for a VIP table, which will cost you R4 500, with an R5 000 minimum spend on the day.
That means that you can order whatever you want, as long as the minimum amount spent comes to R5 000 when the festivities are over.
If you’re in a VIP mood, email firstname.lastname@example.org to make a booking.
Don’t let the summer pass you by.
Taste the sun, embrace the spirit of adventure, and let that vitality shine.
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