UPCOMING EVENT | White Party at Alexander’s, Skipton
Save the Date – Alexander’s Tropical White Party Returns!
One of Yorkshire’s most in-demand DJs, Luke Pompey, is once again set to headline the Tropical White Party which returns to Skipton’s premier Bar & Kitchen, Alexander’s, on Friday July 26.
Throughout the exquisitely styled evening featuring a gourmet meal and Balearic inspired white party themed entertainment, the high profile Leeds based DJ will play one of his legendary sets, accompanied by acclaimed ‘improv’ tenor saxophonist, Spencer Moran.
Owner of Alexander’s, Susannah Daley said: “White Parties are hotly anticipated events which combine live music and cabaret, white décor and a white dress code for guests – and since last year’s party was simply mesmerising, bringing together everything you could want for a stylish summer event, we have decided to do it all over again!”
Guests can look forward to stilt dancers, a three-course gourmet BBQ throughout the heated garden terraces, top international DJ, Luke Pompey and exotic fire dancers at dusk.
Early Bird tickets for the event which include an arrival drink and three course BBQ meal are available until May 27 and cost just £36pp. For further information please visit: alexanders-skipton.com
Luke Pompey holds the main residency for Prism @ Mint Club in Leeds, voted ‘Best Small British Club’ and one of the ‘Best Clubs In The World’ by DJ Mag. Luke has performed alongside top DJs, Pete Tong, Calvin Harris and Erick Morillo at festivals across the world, as well as Ibizan super clubs like Cream and Privilege. Luke also owns and manages Love Not Money Records, whose signings have featured on BBC Radio 1, Capital FM and Ibiza Global Radio.
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