Shangri-La’s China World Summit Wing, Beijing presents the third instalment of AIR Atmosphere on 29 June 2013. This airline-themed annual party held in the highest award-winning bar in Beijing, Atmosphere, will feature a live band performance by the Jackson Twins and many surprise entertainment gigs from service staff and models dressed as airline crew.
AIR Atmosphere has enjoyed tremendous success since its inception in 2011. Having become a signature event of the tallest and most luxurious hotel in Beijing, AIR Atmosphere gives the feeling of partying in the clouds on Level 80. The evening will kick off at 9 p.m. with free shooters offered at the reception. Guests can expect plenty of airline-inspired decorations and tricks that would completely change the interior of this upscale lounge bar. Tailor-made airplane seats will also be placed at the entrance of Atmosphere bar to allow patrons to take photos with aircrew models. Strobe lights and public announcements will be sounded to elevate the patrons’ experience of being onboard a party flight. Guests are encouraged and will be rewarded for dressing according to the events’ theme as pilots or stewardesses. Aviator sunglasses and pilot caps will be given out to accomplish a truly unique atmosphere of a fest onboard a private jet.
The evening’s entertainment will consist of a live band performance by Beijing’s very own soul tunes band, Jackson Twins, at 10 p.m. and will continue for four sets throughout the evening, followed by a choreographed dance performance.
Tickets are priced at Rmb200 per person and are available for pre-booking sale or at the door. For more information, please call F&B Reservations at (86 10) 8571 6460 or e-mail email@example.com.
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