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Tournament Week Party Fest
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Date: February 24 - March 2, 2014
Time: 10:00 am - 2:00 am

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Claibornes', Hornet's Nest & Liquid Lounge
Charlotte, NC

Phone: 704-375-1493

Hartford- Rice Nightclubs present The Tournament Week Party Fest! Three locations to get your party on! Claibornes, Hornet's Nest & Liquid Lounge!

Brunch Buffet All Clubs: Wed- Sat.

Dinner Buffet All Clubs: Tues- Sat.

Live DJ's and/or Bands All Day, Old School 105.3FM Live Remote Wed.@ Claibornes / Fri. @ Hornet's Nest.

VIP Suites available for rent at Claiborne's/ VIP Seating available at Liquid Lounge, Heated Patio at Hornet's Nest

Shuttle Service Available 10am- 2 am, Wed- Sat @ no charge for groups of 12-15, For shuttle pick up call 412-370-6380.

 

Claiborne's Lounge

2342 Beatties Ford Road

Charlotte, NC 28216

704-375-1493

Hornet's Nest Bar

4410 Beatties Ford Road

Charlotte, NC 28216

704-393-3332

Liquid Lounge

3603 South Tryon Street

Charlotte, NC 28217

980-237-6426

www.facebook.com/hornetsnestbar www.facebook.com/hornetsnestbar www.facebook.com/theliquidlounge

 




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