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Unleash your inner Beyoncé at Elevate’s ‘Battle of Beyhive’ karaoke party


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Colombo’s highest rooftop bar, Elevate, is calling on all Beyoncé super fans to loosen up their vocal chords, dust off their dancing shoes and channel their inner ‘Sasha Fierce’ on 6 September at the ‘Battle of Beyhive’ karaoke party.

Organised in celebration of the birthday of the global music icon Beyoncé Knowles, the ‘Battle of Beyhive’ Karaoke party will kick off at 7.30 p.m. on the 30th floor of the Access South Tower – giving Beyoncé’s local fan base – affectionately known as the ‘Beyhive’ – a chance to meet up, move their feet and sing along to all of their favorite tunes from the entire catalogue of Beyoncé’s multi-platinum albums from ‘Single Ladies’, ‘Halo’ to ‘Run the World’ and everything in between.

The unique, energy-fueled Karaoke Night will also feature a delectable and thrilling array of curated cocktails such as ‘The Single Lady’, ‘Knowles it all’ and ‘Destiny’s Child’ as well as a host of discounted beverages to keep the party going strong throughout the night. 

Guests will also be able to dive into a sensational variety of Elevate’s mouth-wateringly delicious tapas items prepped and served to international standards to round off the night. Attendees will get to walk away with several exciting giveaways at the end of the event. 

The Battle of the Beyhive will be the first of many exciting events happening at Elevate this September. Coming up right after is the epic EP launch of ‘Identity’, the latest album by the DNM Crew happening on 7 September at 7 p.m. onwards, a night to remember for all local original music lovers in Colombo. 

This will be followed by an exciting night hosted by the popular local band ‘Unscripted’ on 20 September at 7.30 p.m. onwards. Closing off the month will be the ‘90s party with Misty’ happening on 27 September at 7.30 p.m. onwards, treating all music fanatics to an extravagant night of only the best 90’s classics sure to keep you brimming with happy nostalgia.

Located on the 28th, 29th and 30th floors of Access South Tower (Tower 2), Elevate boasts some of the most spectacular views that the Colombo nightlife has to offer, and is complemented by equally divine local and international cuisine and beverage options. 


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