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Put on your party shoes!

07th December 2018, 06:09 Hrs


It’s that time of the year when every next conversation is about the happening party in town. While the party goers get their dancing shoes ready, the organisers plan out the best event for people to get together and groove on the dance floor.  

After a splendid response last year, the organisers of Tito’s Socials have planned yet another edition of the event this year too on December 8, 7pm-4am. “Once you pass out from school life, you barely meet up friends. Almost all colleges in Goa organise socials to have a get of the pass and present students of the respective college. Keeping this in mind, we organise this event for the crowd to have a good time together. Last year, Tito’s Socials was organised at three different venues and this year we have raised the bar to four – Cafe Mambo, Cape Town Cafe, Club Tito’s and Tito’s Lounge. The entry is strictly for couples,” says Aaron D’Souza, events head of Tito’s Club. The students will have access to all the venues.  

At Club Tito’s, actress Bhumicka Singh will host socials themed bollywood sundowner along with Mack Vieira, Kriss, Salvino and Sajan. Cafe Mambo will have Notorious as the host accompanied by Ajit Pai, Pritesh, Mack D and Sam. Sartek will take over the party at Cape Town Cafe along with Shania Tashya, Pawan, Akash and infected brains. At Tito’s Lounge, it would be IND RA and Adhik-M, Reonn, Cynthia and Aakash will share the dais.  

Not to miss out on Headphone party, which will be available at Tito’s Lounge for the dancing tribe to groove on to their favourite numbers. The dress code for the event is smart casuals and the college students need to produce their Identity proof at the entrance. The age bar for the socials is 21 years and above. The college students need to produce their ID proof to get their entry ticket at Rs 600. For the general audience (GA) couple the entry fee is Rs 1000. No identity proof required for the GA group. The band issued at the entrance will be entitled to unlimited drinks.

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