Sunday, July 14, 2013

Carlsberg "Where's the Party? 2013" Takes Off

The first "Where's the Party?" is one of the best party I ever had. The second one had a carnival like setting held at the Carlsberg brewery. 3rd one was last year saw people from Hong Kong and Singapore coming to Penang for the party at Hard Rock Hotel. And this year's Where's the Party? IV was at where MAEPS is (Malaysia Agro Exposition Park Serdang).

This year's theme air travel.
And the venue was set in a cavernous hall at one of the country's largest exhibition park to house the rare Antonov airplane as part of the 'jet-set' backdrop while still providing ample space for 3,000 party goers from Malaysia and Singapore which was more than double the scale of last year.
And this was where the new Carlsberg Malaysia managing director Henrik Andersen and Carlsberg Singapore managing director John Botia made their appearance at the press conference to kick off the party.
"Air travel is our theme this year as we're flying lucky Malaysians to Europe for our global party. This WTP is also about taking partygoers to new heights and it looks like we have set a new benchmark in the local party scene by creating another epic sensorial event." Andersen said.

Yes, this year's WTP, a total of 10 exclusive invites will be given out to some lucky party goers where they will be taken to the global Where's the Party? that will be happening in Europe this August.

Meanwhile, at this WTP, the opening act started off with Douglas Lim doing his stand-up comedy like the one he did at the Kronenbourg 1664 event last year.
Other line up performance for the night include Nine Lives, Joel Turner, 3AM in the Valley and Big Skryptz from Australia, Korean Pop sensation Sweety, DJ Inquisitive, Miss Nine who hails from Germany, DJs Clazz and Ming Ming.

As usual, the celebrity hosts for this year's WTP is Joey G and Patricia K:
Before the party, there's party games to keep the party goers entertained which include Loud Ludo, Marshall Matters, No-Sight Flight, Turbalance, Safety Slides and i-Darts:

There's also the ever popular massage section:
Whilst partying and dancing hard, party goers were advised to drink in moderation and get their breath alcohol content tested at the drink responsibly booth:
There were over a hundred taxis that were on standby to send consumers home:
Now that this year's "Where's the Party?" over, "Where's the Party?" in 2014?


Henry Lee said...

Seems like another budget cut event! I foresee next year's party will be greater as usual :)

Kelvin -KtheBlogger- Tan said...

It does seems low budget but then again they gave away 3000 passes and am sending 10 people for an all expense paid trip in Europe.