14 February 2013

Ghana: Empire Entertainment Presents Second Edition of Hook Up Party

Last year's biggest Valentine's Day rave, the HOOK UP Party, is set to rock the city once again this year.

Set for the Aphrodisiac Nightclub on Thursday the 14th of February 2013, the HOOK UP party will be aiming to thrill Accra's rave heads and passionate love birds in truly romantic fashion as it assembles the finest taste makers, connoisseurs and celebrities for a Valentine's Day experience to relish.

Whiles, couples are provided the ideal ambiance to treat each other to an enthralling romantic experience; single revelers will also be presented with the opportunity to meet up with other single vibrant adults as they take part in ice breaker activities such as pick and match and the photo flirt wall. Suffice to say, as was demonstrated last year, most single revelers are sure to have found prospective partners by the end of the night.

Following in the Val's day tradition, revelers are expected to dress to impress with a touch of red. This year, high-end and glamorous champagne brand, Moet & Chandon has jumped on board and thus are ensuring that there is no shortage of champagne for the occasion.

As has become synonymous with Empire Entertainment, this year's Hook Up party will no doubt assemble the nation's finest entertainers and DJs as well as the very best party folks to enhance the Hook Up experience.

The 2013 Hook Up Party is sponsored by Moet & Chandon and powered by Empire Entertainment, Media Gh and Aphrodisiac night club

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