Atelier - NYE Party
Thu Dec 31
- At the most unique venue in town
- Watching Madinat Jumeirah's NYE fireworks from a private island
- Partying with 3,000 people to the funkiest blend of House & RnB
- Watching dance shows in human size golden cages
- Watching snap fashion shows on golden catwalks
- Receiving New Year gifts from Armani Exchange and Moet Chandon
Enter 2010 in style. Celebrate New Year with Atelier and Armani Exchange.
Atelier, voted the hottest clubbing brand in Dubai by local and international magazines.
Atelier's other sponsors: MMI, Virgin Megastore, Virgin Radio, Coca Cola, Red Bull and Capital D Studio.
- Telephone: 050 252 3512
- Travel: Al Sufouh Road
- Entry Charges: Regular - Dhs250, VIP - Dhs400
- Opening hours: 9pm-3am
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