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Margarita Blue is back in ‘Black’

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The Galadari Colombo’s Margarita Blue is bringing back ‘Black Wednesday’ due to popular demand. The ever-popular band ‘Black’ headed by Ranil Amirthiah once again is gearing up to rock you all night long on 4 September 7 p.m. onwards. Make your Wednesday exciting by dancing the night away and enjoying the musical vibes. Ladies walk in free and tickets available at the Lobby Bar priced at Rs. 2,000 net.

Enjoy the best pub menu in town in the perfect ambience to relax and kick off the midweek saying goodbye to the stressful workday. Come on over and keep great company with friends and colleagues. Do not miss out on this fabulous opportunity to be part of the best action in town and witness Black performing live on stage.  


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