Muso to bring star power to long din­ner

Broome Advertiser - - Happenings - Carly Laden

An in­ti­mate per­for­mance by Dan Sul­tan will head­line a spe­cial ad­di­tion to the 2018 Ord Val­ley Muster’s cal­en­dar — the Emma Gorge Long­est Din­ner.

Fol­low­ing the suc­cess of El Que­stro’s 25th season long­est din­ner, the Emma Gorge Long­est Din­ner will be a part of the Ord Val­ley Muster cal­en­dar for the first time on Mon­day, May 14.

Sit­u­ated on the Emma Gorge run­way un­der the out­back sky, the event will kick off with canapes and drinks in the early evening, be­fore mov­ing onto a three-course meal pre­pared on-site us­ing lo­cal pro­duce.

Vic­to­ria-based mu­si­cian Dan Sul­tan will per­form an acous­tic set dur­ing the din­ner in what is set to be the high­light of the evening.

Sul­tan said he was thrilled to be re­turn­ing to one of his favourite places in Aus­tralia, the Kim­ber­ley, and said he had a host of long­stand­ing favourites and ex­cit­ing new mu­sic in mind for the one-off event.

It is an­tic­i­pated the in­au­gu­ral Emma Gorge Long­est Din­ner will be one of the most pop­u­lar events on the muster cal­en­dar and peo­ple are urged to get in quick to se­cure their seat.

El Que­stro general man­ager Lori Litwack said the event would offer guests an in­cred­i­ble op­por­tu­nity to wine and dine in the mid­dle of the out­back, while be­ing serenaded by an Aus­tralian mu­sic star.

“The long­est din­ner is set to be El Que­stro’s high­light of the year and pro­vides a timely rea­son to visit the heart of the Kim­ber­ley,” she said.

“We know guests will em­brace this ex­pe­ri­ence and hope to make this event an an­nual ad­di­tion to the muster cal­en­dar.”

Pic­ture: Louise Alling­ham

Three-time ARIA award-win­ner Dan Sul­tan.

The Emma Gorge Long­est Din­ner will be tak­ing place dur­ing the Ord Val­ley Muster for the first time.

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