KCRW and Jason Bentley to Host New Year's Eve Party in Santa Monica



The Bungalow Santa Monica, Southern California's hottest oceanfront bar and lounge destination, and Brent Bolthouse, creator of Neon Carnival and one of the most powerful influencers in the country, announced plans for their New Year's Eve party, an outdoor dance fête presented by KCRW that will take place in a luxurious tent under the stars and will catapult New Year's Eve on the Westside to new dimensions.

DJ Jason Bentley, one of the most acclaimed and influential music tastemakers in Los Angeles and across the United States, will bring the heat to the dance floor and keep the party going all night with a world class soundtrack of the hottest house, indie, and electronic beats. Party-goers will also enjoy a premium hosted bar with handcrafted cocktails and a special selection of small bites and snacks from Chef Yousef Ghalaini of FIG at Fairmont Miramar Hotel and Bungalows as they bid farewell to 2017 and ring in the new year at the highly-anticipated, indie-electro celebration. 

"We've never done a dance party this size at The Bungalow, so we're hoping this will become one of the most electrifying New Year's Eve parties that Santa Monica has ever seen," said Bolthouse, nightlife maven and creator of The Bungalow. "I'm so excited to be partners with KCRW and to join forces with my long-time friend Jason Bentley to make the night an unforgettable one leading into the new year."

Tickets for The Bungalow Santa Monica's New Year's Eve party are on sale now and are available for purchase at www.thebungalow.com. For table reservations, please email NYE.SM@thebungalow.com.

To follow the conversation and stay up-to-date on this event and all other happenings at The Bungalow Santa Monica, follow them on Instagram and Facebook or use the hashtag #MeetMeAtTheBungalow. 



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