1. Tickets are just $35 and include four exotic Tiki cocktails + food and entertainment.
2. You’ve never had a proper Mai Tai.
3. You get to drink and dance the night away while supporting women at Cambridge-based non-profit, On The Rise.
3. Island Creek Oysters, Dan Dan noodles from Myers + Chang, Taza Chocolate, and more delicious snacks from Toro, Green Street, Trina’s Stalite Lounge, and The Franklin Cafe.
4. Free hula lessons and show by the Hula Aloha Dancers.
5. Cut a rug to tunes by the godfathers of Exotica, spun by Boston music & cocktail legend, DJ Brother Cleve.
6. Throw up devil horns to “the Boss” as interpreted by Uke Springsteen on his tiny guitar.
7. See steamy Tiki burlesque acts by Sparkles McTitsy & Tallulah Starlight of Thru the Keyhole.
8. Your coconut bra/grass skirt/Hawaiian shirt is just gathering dust in your closet.
9. Hey, remember when it snowed two weeks ago? Warm up before the real thing comes our way.
10. Preserve Endangered Cocktails while supporting a local charity – and having a fancy, fun time!
On November 14 from 7-11 pm, LUPEC Boston will transform the Villa Victoria Center for the Arts into a 1950’s-themed Tiki party featuring retro-libations, live entertainment, dancing, delicious hors d’oeuvres, and our famous prize raffle.
This is LUPEC Boston’s third annual fall fundraising event, created to benefit On the Rise, a Cambridge-based non-profit that supports the initiative and strength of women living in crisis or homelessness.
Tickets are $35 in advance/ $45 at the door and can be purchased at Grand in Somerville, Toro in the South End, Drink in Fort Point, Trina’s Starlite Lounge in Somerville, Buckaroo’s Mercantile in Cambridge, or online now at www.thebostonshaker.com.
Visit lupecboston.com for more information.
Click HERE to buy your tickets through MIDNIGHT on Friday!