Hot Beatz Party at Emerald Resort
& Casino's refreshed Aquadome!
Emerald Resort & Casino's popular indoor water park Aquadome will be hosting the epic Hot Beatz party with celebrity DJs Roger Goode and Twins on Deck on 30 June.
"We would like to welcome everyone back to Aquadome after the refresh," says Emerald Resort & Casino's Marketing Executive, Tanuja Gangabishun. "There have been some great upgrades that, besides looking good, will make Aquadome THE party venue in the Vaal where we plan to host at least one epic party a month.
Our first party at Aquadome will be Hot Beatz and it promises to be a night to remember with the superstar DJs that have been invited to perform"
The most popular attractions like the waterslide, lazy river and a shipwreck still remain. Besides all the usual annual maintenance such as draining and repainting all the pools and repairs to equipment, Aquadome has undergone some visual and physical upgrades that include a new permanent DJ booth, new tiling, new flooring, brighter lighting and vast tracts of Astroturf.
During the day Aquadome will be its usual tropical water wonderland, while at night Aquadome is able to transform into an innovative party playground with colourful lighting and permanent DJ booth. Security and safety remains a priority at the Resort and trained, experienced lifeguards on duty will ensure that guests are well looked after.
Emerald Resort & Casino will be hosting its inaugural party, aptly named Hot Beatz, on Friday, 30 June 2017. Roger Goode, 5FM presenter and renowned DJ, and Twins on Deck will be headlining the acts accompanied by local DJ's. The sizzling party starts at 19h00 and will continue into the small hours of the morning. Tickets are R150 and available from Computicket.
"We know that many guests travel quite far to access these facilities and we're always looking to upgrade these and make them even more user friendly to the public," concludes Gangabishun. "Visitors to Aquadome will certainly notice a vast difference to their overall Aquadome experience."