With all the glitz and glamour of a celebrity red-carpet event, the Masked Black-and-White Dinner Dance will be one of many highlights of the Grey and Thespian Mardi Gras.
With guests set to dress in their finest black-and-white attire complete with an array of sparkling colourful masks, this extravagant event is sure to be the pinnacle of any social calendar.
The magical evening includes a delicious two-course meal, dancing and entertainment by the extraordinary talents of five-piece band “Driftwood.”
With the best music from the 60’s through to the 80’s, the band will ensure the dance floor is in full swing bringing some dazzling displays.
The fun of the Masquerade will continue with the title of best mask and best outfit to be awarded, with many other opportunities for triumph with a myriad of prizes to be won throughout the glittering event.
Myall Coast Chamber of Commerce and Tourism President Mr Mark McCormick said organisers were planning for big night.
“This is going to be the biggest and ritziest event that Hawks Nest has ever seen and is not to be missed by anyone,” he said.
“It’s a great excuse to don your best glad rags and come along and have a lot of fun.”
The dinner dance, to be held on Saturday 9 April at Hawks Nest Golf Club commencing at 6.30pm, is sure to see a succession of the area’s finest stepping out in style.
Hawks Nest/Tea Gardens Progress Association President Mr Trevor Jennings said tickets for the event were selling quickly.
“If you want a great night out, you’re encouraged to book your tickets as soon as possible,” Mr Jennings said.
“Why not get some friends together and book one of the few remaining tables.”
Tickets for the night can be purchased from Hawks Nest Golf Club at a cost of $40.
By Daniel SAHYOUN