Ring It InNovember 8, 2012
Yeah, yeah, yeah. We know it’s only November, but the fact is it’s none too early to start planning New Year’s Eve. This is the biggest party night of the year, after all, and you don’t want to be left out in the cold.
Which is why The Cove is the perfect place to ring in 2013. The reason? Let us break it down for you:
Average high temperature on December 31st in New York’s Times Square? 39°F.
Average high temperature on Paradise Island? 77°F.
Need we say more?
So we can all agree: The Cove is the better option. But it’s not just the climate that should encourage you to book New Year’s Eve 2013 right here, right now. We also just so happen to be planning a party for the ages, a blowout of absolutely epic proportions, featuring a bevy of bodacious burlesque babes.
Your all-access ticket to the open-bar evening secures your spot at a sophisticated cocktail hour, with drinks of all kinds freely flowing and an assortment of passed appetizers. Next up is a top-flight sit-down three-course gourmet dinner; a delicious and light first course will lead into rich entrees, featuring steak and lobster, natch, with mouth-watering desserts ending the meal.
While you’re enjoying the items spotlighted on your plates, the show will begin center stage. All told, there will be five high-flying acts throughout the evening—not to mention a DJ spinning all night long. These big-budget production numbers will take you on freewheeling tour through the fun-loving history of burlesque, from its earliest tassle-and-fringe days on the Vaudeville circuit up to its super-sexy present on top stages from New York to Vegas to L.A.
And we’re not kidding when we say high-flying: We’ll have aerial acts that send our girls up in the air and flying overhead, working to get you out of your seats and making new friends. Remember: You’ve only got till midnight to find who you’ll be kissing when the clock strikes 2013.
But don’t worry: We know they’ll be plenty of hot commodities to choose from.