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First-ever Day Club in Boracay kicks off summer parties

To kick off this summer's Boracay party series, The Day Club at Aqua Boracay launches the hottest pool parties on the island on April 18 and 21.

First-ever Day Club in Boracay kicks off summer parties
Aqua Boracay opens to the public with summer parties to kick off the season​
The party series features DJ Special TDJ Vega, and other surprise guest DJs. There will different themes for each party. Thursday is dubbed “Popsicle” – a colorful, candy-inspired fantasy party with the hottest pop music hits. Sunday is billed “Soak,” the ultimate beach house party, reminiscent of the global dance phenomenon, Hed Kandi.   

Join the guestlist by adding @aquaboracay on Facebook and Instagram to get access to these events. Free drinks for all attendees.

Aqua Boracay, is a 5-star luxury resort on Bulabog Beach, Boracay, which is a five-minute walk from D’Mall. Set to change the level of luxury resort standards, it is located away from the deafening crowd of one of the best island destinations in the world.

Aqua Boracay’s stunning architectural lines, state-of-the-art facilities, plush amenities, and unique dining experiences are bound to impress even the most discerning guests.

The resort will officially be opened to the public at 11:00 a.m. Specialty dessert will be served by world-renowned Chef. Chele Gonzales

The two-day event serves as a preview for the highly anticipated official opening of the 5-star hotel, its private suites, including its Day Club, a specialty seafood restaurant by Chef Chele Gonzales, an all-day dining restaurant.

First-ever Day Club in Boracay kicks off summer parties
Aqua Boracay is a 5-star luxury resort on Bulabog Beach​
For more information visit www.aquaboracay.com or contact Jess at +63 917 977 5399.

Topics: The Day Club , Aqua Boracay , Hed Kandi , Popsicle , Chef Chele Gonzales
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