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New Year at the Trans Asia ‘Dream Party’


Trans Asia hotel is organising its traditional New Year bash seeking to make it an event with plenty of activities for all ages.

Ricky Bahar, son of the legendary Ishan Bahar and his band Legacy with names like Nilantha Ariyaratne, Elizer Sabaratnam, Patrick Gerard Crake, Anne Jayemanne, John Seneviratne, A.O. Nugara in his line up, are all set to take revellers through an era of music that will keep them on their toes throughout the night, the hotel said in a statement. Non-stop music will be supported by DJ Udayanga of Curzon Entertainers.

Among others, Dj Udi has graced many sports clubs events as well as functions and special events hosted by party goers and organizations in the city. Clifford Richards brings his expertise to the bandstand and the coordination of the entire night by being the host. Prizes have been given courtesy Singapore Airlines, Thai Airways, Royal Jordanian, Jet Airways and SriLankan Airlines. “A spectacular display of fireworks at midnight over the waters of the Beira Lake will bring you in a snap to reality of the dawning of the New Year,” the hotel said. Children below 12 years are totally free! Dress Code is smart casual and each ticket is priced at Rs.6500 for all of the above.

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