08 Jun‘16

Limewood Summer Party 2016

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To celebrate the beginning of summer, the Dragon Boat bank holiday, and to give you the opportunity to treat yourself to a mid-week drink, Limewood is throwing a party for everyone!

Partnering with Little Steps Asia, The Kids Summer Party will kick of on Wednesday 8th June 2016 at 4pm with two hours of fun filled kids activities. With a wide variety of games and activities on offer – with face painting by Face Slap!, to a kids DJ courtesy of RF Disco, children can also put their creative skills on show at the Arts and Crafts corner. Kids will receive some complimentary food and drink, while adults can order from a special menu and relax during the activities. Your child will also have the special chance to win a “Mini Me Package” at Flawless Spa (a regular and petit manicure for ages 5-14)!

From 6pm the Limewood Summer Party really begins. With a live band, free-flow drinks and food throughout the evening, it’s a night for you to party away, without having to worry about that early morning alarm the next day. Limewood have crafted a special menu including Spicy Tiger Prawn Rolls, Deep Fried Snapper Thai Style, Beef Ribs, Fresh Oysters, Compressed Watermelon salad and more for you to help yourselves to throughout the evening and fill those stomachs whilst sipping on that Pina Colada.

The five-piece band, Indigo Town, will have you up on your feet with that margarita in hand and oyster in the other. Keep hydrated throughout the evening with Bacardi based Cocktails, Mocktails, Peroni Beers and Pure Coconut Water from Jax Coco, which will sure to have you dancing until the sun comes down.

Time: Kids Party 4-6pm. Late Day Party 6-10pm.

Click here to RSVP for the Kids Party and here to RSVP for the Late Day Party.

Event Price

Kids Party: $100/child. Limewood Summer Party: $580 for free-flow food and drink for the evening and $280 for ages 11 and under (+ $10 Ticketflap fee)

Event Location

The Pulse, Shop 103 & 104 G/F - 28 Beach Road, Repulse Bay, Hong Kong