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Club Vivanova to host Halloween Masquerade Ball

Club Vivanova to host Halloween Masquerade Ball

By Staff Writer - October 2, 2018

Join Club Vivanova for the Halloween Masquerade Ball at the magnificently located Château de La Chèvre d’Or in Èze-village. With stunning views over the Mediterranean and the Côte d’Azur. Guests will be offered a Champagne aperitif followed by a four-course gourmet dinner complemented with premium Australian and Argentinean wines.

Club Vivanova maskeed Hallween ball

In celebration of this special evening, club founder Bradley Mitton will host this event with live DJ entertainment, a dance-floor and a €500 prize for the best costume.

View images from the 2017 event.

Details of the ball
Château de La Chèvre d’Or
Champagne aperitif
Wicked four-course menu
New world wines
Live DJ entertainment
Dress code – elegant Halloween costume or black tie

Wednesday 31st October 2018 – 7pm until late
€110 per person. Fully inclusive
Book Event Online –

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