Cargo and Bungalow, two of Sydney’s most iconic harbourside party destinations will be joining forces this New Year's Eve to bring in 2020 with a bang.
You can expect to dance the night away over the party levels boasting headliner DJs, delicious drinks and of course, a great vibes.
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Forget about FOMO with an Access All Areas pass. Spread your night across the iconic Cargo, the upstairs Red Room as well as the Day of the Dead themed party at Bungalow 8 and relish in the experience of enjoying three parties rolled into one. Now that’s a New Year’s Eve plan of mega proportion.
If all that moving around is having your head spinning, you’ll be happy to know you can sit pretty at Cargo and enjoy some of your favourite dance beats until the early hours of 2020. Prepare your eardrums for LO’99, Jesse Bloch, Jaysounds, Jesabel and Tori Levett who will take your celebrations to a whole new level.
Home to Sydney’s best old school Hip Hop and RnB, the Red Room is a certified good night out. Get ready to spend the last night of 2019 with some bangers, bumping and grinding and classic throwbacks to get you well and truly in the mood for a new year.
If themed parties are your style, you’re going to love Bungalow 8’s Day of the Dead themed party in their Margarita Mansion. Sip on delicious cocktails and boogie the night away with headliners like A-Tonez, Helena Ellis and more. If you’re after a more boujee evening, make sure to snap up VIP tickets, which boasts a two-hour beverage pack, including house beers, house wine and house sparkling from 6pm to 8pm for just $80 per person. Or if you’re still in search of greener pastures, secure yourself the ultimate night out with the Party VIP package at The Loft where you can snap up a three-hour beverage package at Bungalow 8, which includes spirits, all tap beers, sparkling wine, house wine and canapes from 6pm until 9pm—all for just $180.
No matter how you plan on bringing in 2020, there’s a party fit for you at the Cargo X Bungalow New Year’s Eve festivities.
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