Dubai to turn red in May

Nikki Beach Dubai to host its “first’ Red Party in Dubai

The signature celebration takes places once a year in every Nikki Beach location in Europe
Francisco Medina Ruedas
The signature celebration takes places once a year in every Nikki Beach location in Europe

Nikki Beach Dubai is preparing what it calls the “legendary Red Party” for the “first” time in Dubai on May 3, 2019.

The signature celebration takes places once a year in every Nikki Beach location in Europe, according to a press statement.  

Speaking about the party, Isabella Murgu, Nikki Beach Dubai’s General Manager, said: The Red Party will showcase the best of Nikki Beach’s entertainment, understated style and barefoot luxury vibe. Let’s paint the town red at our first Red Party in Dubai and make it one to remember.”

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Reportedly, the celebration will reflect all six of Nikki Beach’s signature elements: music, dining, entertainment, fashion, film and art.  

Last week, Hotelier reported  on Nikki Beach's global expandio plans. 

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