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Southern Comfort bringing Mardi Gras to Lost Lane

Southern Comfort has officially launched its most sought-after event of the year, Southern Comfort Mardi Gras.

 

 

 

Lost Lane Bartender Toni Mrsic with Mardi Gras Dancers from MaSamba: Laila Bertolino and Samantha Lima.

Lost Lane Bartender Toni Mrsic with Mardi Gras Dancers from MaSamba: Laila Bertolino and Samantha Lima.

The New Orleans-rooted brand, “best served with good music and better company”, has teamed up with Hot Press magazine to host the Mardi Gras-themed night on Tuesday the 1st of March in Lost Lane, Dublin.

“The return to live events has been a long time coming and we’re delighted to finally be able to put on a show for Southern Comfort lovers,” said Laura Scott, Brand Manager of Southern Comfort with Hi-Spirits Ireland, “The night will be one to remember for our guests and Southern Comfort-lovers, with entertainers, jugglers, stilt-walkers and surprises around every corner.”

Offering a real taste of the ‘Big Easy’ in Dublin’s Grafton Street, the celebrations will be dispersed throughout the venue.

Rising star Bobbi Arlo joins a main stage line-up that includes one of the country’s most lauded live acts, Booka Brass.

Showcasing the brand’s infectious and playful spirit, expect a new and different vibe in each room of the venue. The Singer’s House sees the red-hot Queen of soul Melina Malone with Steve ‘Broken String’ McCann on guitar while the Carousel Bar offers sets from international DJ Frank Jez and Jaz Keane, during which guests can expect a flow of smooth-drinking cocktails throughout the night.

Complimentary tickets for the event are available now.

 

To keep up-to-date with information on the event and details of how to win yourself tickets visit www.hotpress.com/mardigras.

 

 

 

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