Wanna party like it’s 1999? Here’s the best New Year’s Eve bash!

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To me, Alive Not Dead are known for two things – operating a celebrity-filled social network and WILD parties. Throughout their existence, they’ve probably generated more hangovers than any other online brand. Even with all the high-profile actors, singers and models, their parties are never pretentious affairs but fun, jump up and down kind of nights.

After the success of Alive Not Dead’s Halloween party at Zuma (which was easily the best in town,) the social network is back again with a special New Year’s Eve extravaganza.

This time around the party features a strong line-up of prime-time d.j.s. including DJ Becareful, Miss Yellow, DJ Noodles from Taiwan and Enso from Pimpin’ Ain’t Easy. You want to go a little crazy? This is the gang you want playing. They all spin a party-rockin’ mixture that includes multiple genres of Electronic dance music fused with Rock and Hip Hop.

The headliner, DJ Becareful Lee (the actor Sam Lee,) plays like a car going down a hill with no brakes. His music gets more and more intense as his set goes on. If you’re looking for a dance floor for New Year’s Eve, this is the place!

Zuma is a great venue because it’s close to the action in Lan Kwai Fong, yet just outside the zone that gets annoyingly barricaded by the police. (Read the Halloween post for why that’s a hassle!)

When it’s set up for a party, Zuma is a spacious venue that includes a larger dance floor than most Hong Kong clubs. For smokers there’s a huge outdoor patio, so there’s no need to leave the party or furtively sneak a puff.

If you want to say goodbye to 2009 without the annoying table scene and stuffy attitudes (and just concentrate on having fun,) this is the party for you.

Get your tickets now!

Alive Not Dead’s Halloween party sold out of pre-sale tickets several days before the actual night, with a large crowd still trying to pay to get in. For New Year’s Eve it’s convenient (and cheaper!) to get your tickets ahead of time.

To attend the event you have several ticket options. Pre-sale tickets are going for $250 HKD and include one drink. Tickets at the door are selling for $300 HKD and also include one drink.

For those looking to make a full night at Zuma, there’s a dinner plus party package for $1500 HKD per person. The dinner begins at 7pm.

For latecomers, there’s a final option for $200 HKD that allows entrance after 1am and includes one drink.

Recommended!

Alive Not Dead New Year’s Eve 2009
Thursday, December 31st, 2009
Feat. DJ Becareful Lee, Miss Yellow, DJ Noodles, DJ Enso
Zuma
6/F, The Landmark
15 Queens Road Central
Central, Hong Kong

* Party starts at 10pm
* Dinner package starts at 7pm

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