2×2 Bar Night Present New Year’s Eve Party For LBT

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New Year’s Eve Party

Should old acquaintance be forgot,
And never brought to mind?
Should old acquaintance be forgot,
And days o’ lang syne!

For auld alng syne, my dear
For auld lang syne,
We’ll take a cup o’ kindness yet
For old lang syne!

Why the hell am I singing this song? Unfortunately, it’s not because of skyrocketing blood alcohol level (yet). Auld lang syne is famously know to be a song sung by a bunch of drunk folks at the stroke of mid night as we swayingly say good bye to the memories of the year gone by and beer goggled look for the hottest chick in the room to kiss (with consent of course).

Yes, yes, this means we at Gaysi Family are hosting our first ever New Year’s Eve party! Woot woot! For all you lost souls who usually spend NYE with your 5 gay/lesbian friends or get bored talking to the dog at some heterosexual party, you don’t need to stress any longer! We promise beautiful girls, delicious drinks, dancing and giggles at none other than our friendly neighborhood bar, The Den.

Tickets are on sale here:

Grab a date, grab your gurrlfriends, and come join us as we bring in 2017 in the most homo fashion ever.

**Entry is limited so please buy your tickets ahead of time**

Date: This should be obvious (but just in case you are confused it’s 31st December 2016)
Time: 8PM onwards
Address: The Den, Ground Floor, Prabhat Kunj, 24th Road, Off Linking Road, Khar West.
Contact: 9820444042
Dress code: Cocktail or Festive
Music: Commercial Bollywood & English
Entry Fee: Rs. 400 per head (includes one free drink)
Tickets available at: http://imojo.in/e2uscr

Poster Artwork by Akshita Chandra


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– Right of admissions reserved.
– No illegal substances are allowed to be carried in or used at the venue. Violators will be asked to leave.
– You must be 21 & above to attend. Please bring ID’s and drink permits.

About the author

Sherlock Homo

Sherlock Homo - No it does not imply that she is curious or that she investigates murder mysteries in 19th century London. As witty as her pen name, Ms. Homo is very well travelled and No, I don't mean the usual markets of Bangkok or a family trip to Universal Studios! I mean the French Rivera, temple ruins in Cambodia, safaris in Botswana.. always on the road less travelled where life experiences and life choices are concerned. Her perspective is unique and you will want to read all about what she has to share. If you don't, prepare yourself to get left behind on lifestyle, gay culture and all things cool. Read on...