27 March 2022 - Sunday

Afterhours - Back To Glow - Neon Party

İstanbul
Afterhours - Back To Glow - Neon Party

Event Details

Ready.. set... GLOW!

Istanbul will glow bright neon on Sunday the 27th with our Neon themed RNB/AFRO party brought to you by Afterhours Organization!

We’ve got black lights, glow sticks, neon paint, known DJ’s & an insane vibe.

All you have to do is put on your best glow attire and join us for yet another one of our successful parties.

Carlos Less’s doors will open at 9 pm for our glowing people, scroll down for all other important details or contact the numbers provided down below.

RULES

- Not mandatory, but for trademark purposes, try to come to the party place with a glow stick bracelet around your wrist.

- There will be an equal ratio of male & female invitees, therefore tickets will not be sold to a large group of friends of the same gender. If you’re coming in a large group, it needs to have an equal ratio of males and females.

- Dress-code won’t be imposed, you can freely wear whatever you want. However, as this is a themed party, you have to stick to the neon/glow theme. Make sure whatever attire you put on is neon, or has a neon effect under black lights.

- All sales are final – there will be no refunds upon last-minute ticket cancellation.

- Try not to stir up any problems during the party, Carlos Less has staunch security staff who will not hesitate to kick out anyone showing signs of misconduct.

- If you personally purchased your ticket, make sure to not lose it, or forget to bring it with you as it will be your only valid pass upon entrance. If you virtually bought your ticket, you can show us your e-receipt.

- No drinking in front of the place, the guards will not allow entering even if you have a ticket.

27 March 2022 Sunday 09:00

28 March 2022 Monday 01:00


Carlos Arnavutköy, Arnavutköy Mahallesi, Beşiktaş, İstanbul


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