The holidays are finally here and your customers are itching to eat, drink and be merry with their family and friends. In order to get the holiday revelers into your bar and to prevent your wallet from having a blue Christmas, we’ve put together a list of nightlife promotions that keep your venue jingle bell rockin' all night long! Don't be a Grinch and try something new this Holiday Season!
Patrons of Lit UltraBar in Philadelphia came out in their seasonal attire at the Red and White Holiday Late Night Party. This party was open until 6am! A holiday dress code is a great way to get customers excited for a night out. If you’re able, extended hours are something to think about too!
One of the oldest ones in the book; the age old Ugly Sweater Party! At Nikki Chicago Nightclub, customers were admitted only if they had a wacky holiday-themed sweater on. Nikki had a special Ladies Free text promotion where if a text was sent to a given number on their website, the texter received a text that acted as a pass for ladies to get in free at the door.
Royale Boston will be hosting their 18th annual Holiday Three Kings Extravaganza on December 21st. Santa will be joining the festivities along with dancers, carolers, photographers, a photo booth and more. If you want to throw a Christmas party, really play off the holiday like Royale has been perfecting for the last 18 years.
On Sunday customers came dressed in their holiday festive gear and partied the night away at the XIV Vegas Sessions Christmas Party at Hyde Bellagio. Encourage your guests to dress to impress decked out in their favorite holiday attire!
TAO Nightclub heated up the holiday season with their signature annual Bad Santa Party. Customers come dressed in their sexiest Santa outfits in hopes of winning the $5,000 cash prize. An ugly sweater contest was also held with a $1,000 cash prize. Holding contests are a great idea to spread some cheer this holiday season.
Mirage Nightclub held their annual party on Saturday. In true holiday spirit, there was free admission all night. There was also a complimentary dinner buffet from 9:00PM until 11:00PM. While you're in the business to make money, there is no harm in being generous. After all, tis the season!