2nd Annual Ugly Sweater Holiday Party!
Saturday, December 8, 2012 at 8:00 PM - Sunday, December 9, 2012 at 12:30 AM (EST)
College Park, MD
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
‘TIS THE SEASON for awful cable-knit sweaters with polyester patches, glitter, sequins and 3-D extensions that only Bill Cosby would approve of ... it’s called UGLY SWEATER SEASON!! Join DAKA Ent in your tackiest, ugliest, sweateriest holiday threads for a night to remember. A buffet of holiday inspired hors d’oeuvres will leave you satisfied without the belly-bulging itis. Imbibe freely with our open bar ticket option and dance the night away to the latest Hip-Hop and R&B tunes spun by DJ QUE.
Holiday traditions will not be lacking at this year’s shindig. We will have some “Carol-oke” so you can show off your singing talents! A themed photobooth, among other festive elements, will be in full swing! You can even be crowned king or queen of the ugly holiday sweaters for the night… so make sure your sweater is extra tacky for a chance to win!!
$20 gets you in, $40 lets you indulge in libations til your heart is overflowing with holiday cheer. Prices will go up NOVEMBER 14th so grab yours early!
Come celebrate the holidays in good fashion…without worrying about making a fashion statement! It’s the most fun you can have with your fugly knitwear on. We can’t wait to see you there!
Please bring an ugly or not so ugly sweater to the event for charity. We will be collecting sweaters at the end of the party to donate to the homeless!
Please be aware, this party is for 21 and over adults only. Age will be subject to verification upon entry with no refunds issued.
For questions contact us at (301)357-9355 or email@example.com!
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DAKA Entertainment and Event Planning
DAKA Entertainment and Event Planning was established by four best friends who met while attending Hampton University. They specialize in party and event planning services for the young adult in the DC Metropolitan area. Years of friendship. Multiple ideas. One Goal. Who threw your last great party?