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Beyond Bollywood Masquerade Ball (World Music, Latin, top 40, more)

November 9 @ 7:00 pm - November 10 @ 7:00 pm

Wicked Karma’s annual Masquerade event gets elevated this year at the trendy and upscale Eden nightclub! This night is going to be filled with mystery, intrigue, music and fun! Eden boasts a full scale bar along with tasty treats to eat all night long. Enjoy the posh decoration, exciting mood lighting and large dance floor, this is the time for sparkle and bling!

DJ Gabbar & DJ Rkay will be mixing up their special and unique blend of Bollywood to wow and thrill you all night long! Anything from Latina to Bhangra and everything inbetween – truly BEYOND Bollywood!

This night is at a different venue and will be a little different than our others so CHECK IT OUT- this is still 21+ so bring your Washington state ID / Driver’s License / Passport

Doors open @ 7PM – FREE before 9PM but no re entry!

7-9pm World Music, anything goes, DJ’s choice

9-10pm Top 40 / Latin DJ Gabbar’s spicy masala mix

@10PM Dance performance by The Dancing Silhouette

10pm Onwards Bollywood!

Food will be available for purchase all night – yummy bar snacks like Pizza, Fries, Tacos, etc

Professional photography by Mujale from Outsidethinc! He’ll make us look glam for sure!

Details

Start:
November 9 @ 7:00 pm
End:
November 10 @ 7:00 pm
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Website:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/beyond-bollywood-masquerade-party-tickets-76682476351

Organizer

Wicked Karma
Phone:
2064099019
Email:
chrisstie@gmail.com
Website:
wicked-karma.com

Venue

Eden Seattle
1950 1st Ave S
seattle, WA 98134
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