360 Nightlife Announces Four Themed 2018 New Year’s Eve Events

Well-known Washington DC based nightlife and entertainment company, 360 Nightlife is proud to announce 4 signature New Year’s Eve events for 2018.

Washington DC, United States - December 7, 2017 /MarketersMedia/ —

Washington, DC. - (December 7th, 2017) - The countdown is on to the New Year and those who prefer to partake in a unique celebration can do so with ease through one of 360 Nightlife’s themed New Year's Eve events. Each signature party offers a twist to separate it from an ordinary NYE gathering.

The Annual Masquerade Ball at MXDC, 600 14th St NW, Washington, DC, offers guests complimentary masquerade masks to promote a sense of mystery and intrigue. Miami’s own DJ Q provides the soundtrack for the night while guests can take advantage of 2 floors and 2 bars.

Open last year, Ten Tigers Parlour, 3813 Georgia Ave NW, Washington, DC, will play host to the 90’s New Year’s Eve themed party. DJ Mark-Z will spin an eclectic musical set made up solely of songs from the 1990's, while guests will groove between 2 floors and 4 rooms.

Not to be undone, Satellite Room, 2047 9th St NW, Washington, DC, will be the venue for the Roaring 20’s NYE Bash. This party will transport guests to the decadence of the 1920’s with special decor and themed party favors. Guests are also encouraged to wear Great Gatsby inspired outfits.

Last but not least, Southern Hospitality, 1815 Adams Mill Rd NW, Washington, DC, will take a cue from its name and play host to an NYE celebration that celebrates southern charm. Mason jars and wooden decor will provide southern touches while the heated and tented outdoor patio will be decorated with string lights reminiscent of a southern backyard.

“We pride ourselves on producing NYE events that go beyond the ordinary,” said Raj Vasa, CEO of 360 Nightlife. “Plus, with a reputation built on offering some of the best New Year’s Eve events in Washington DC, it seems only appropriate to offer multiple choices that could satisfy any group of potential attendees.”

Each event offers a one-hour open bar with appetizers, champagne toast at midnight, and complimentary party favors. In addition, the Times Square ball drop will be televised live at all venues.

Ticket prices range between $35 - $70 with higher prices closer to the date. Limited tables are available on a first reserve basis. For those who are ready to learn more about these events, they can visit http://www.360nightlife.com/new-years-eve-washington-dc or Click Here.

ABOUT 360 NIGHTLIFE

360 Nightlife was originally founded in 2004, at a time when nightlife entertainment companies were full of subpar service providers, with little to no digital presence. The goal of 360 Nightlife was to change this through creating a robust web presence along with eclectic well-attended events, in order to become one of the leading nightlife entertainment companies in the DC market. With these goals in mind, 360 Nightlife has aimed to set a new standard in event creation and marketing. Constantly adding new event ideas, marketing techniques, and customer service initiatives, the company is dedicated to becoming the go-to resource for curated nightlife experiences.

Contact Info:
Name: Amy Simpson
Email: amy.simpson@360nightlife.com
Organization: 360 Nightlife
Address: 600 I Street, NW, Washington DC 20001
Phone: 202-670-3557

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