Eggstrav­a­ganza at Mag­nums

Whitsunday Times - - CHILL. -

THE long Easter week­end is upon us and there is lots go­ing on at Mag­nums Ho­tel, Air­lie Beach, through­out the four days.

On Thurs­day night, the fun is kick­ing off with DJs and com­pe­ti­tions in the night­club and there will be live mu­sic on the board­walk from 4pm un­til late.

Then ev­ery­one can have a well-earned rest on Good Fri­day, when all li­censed venues are closed, be­fore ramp­ing it up again on Satur­day for the Mag­nums An­nual Easter Undies Ball… the disco ver­sion.

Mag­nums Ho­tel man­ager Tony Box­ell said he was re­ally look­ing for­ward to the Easter long week­end, which was al­ways so much fun at Mag­nums.

“The Mag­nums an­nual Easter Undies Ball is one party not to be missed,” he said.

“This year it is the disco ver- sion, hosted by the Party War­rior – we have dancers, mod­els, dec­o­ra­tions, bunny ear give­aways, prizes and lots more.”

Mr Box­ell said the line-up of DJs was in­cred­i­ble with DJ Bliss, Jane Daffy, NEMØ and Tru­man.

On Sun­day, the party con­tin­ues in the night­club with The Min­istry of Sound Club­bers Guide to 2016 Tour, with DJs Kyro and A-Tonez and heaps of give­aways (see story over­leaf ).

Mon­day will be a chilled re­cov­ery party with live mu­sic all day on the board­walk.

There will also be a vol­ley­ball com­pe­ti­tion, with reg­is­tra­tion from 11am and the games start­ing at about noon.

A min­i­mum four peo­ple per team is re­quired.

“So grab your mates and come down and have a bit of fun play­ing vol­ley­ball on East- er Mon­day,” Mr Box­ell said.

“You could win some cash and prizes. Talk to one of our friendly staff for more de­tails about en­ter­ing a team.”

What bet­ter way to spend your Easter long week­end than at Mag­nums Ho­tel – see the Mag­nums Ho­tel Face­book page for more in­for­ma­tion.

Photo Kathryn Cy­gan

CRACK­ING GOOD TIME: Jess An­gus, Sam Smith and Tony Box­ell be­hind the bar at Mag­nums.

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