Moët Party Day: Live in Lagos, Nigeria and Around the world
The annual edition of the global event ‘Moët Party Day’ kicks off in Nigeria for the first time, on Saturday, June 11th, 2016.
June 11th symbolizes a milestone in savoir-fête history. On that day in 1967, the celebratory champagne spray was born at the 24-hour Le Mans race in France. American driver and winner Dan Gurney did something unexpected when he was handed a Jeroboam bottle of Moët & Chandon on the podium: he sprayed champagne over the crowd! And in that, a joyous new celebration was born.
“The ‘Moet Party Day’ is another opportunity to celebrate and enjoy our exclusive range of champagnes around the world. On that day, we want Moët & Chandon to be at the heart of every celebration and for every celebration to be filled with special #moetmoments. “– Emmanuelle Baroux, Brand Manager Champagnes at Moet Hennessy Nigeria.
Moët Party Day has been tailor-made to share savoir-fête for more than 270 years.
“Moët & Chandon creates memorable moments around the world, that are about living life to the fullest. Moët Party Day makes it official, and provides a stylish way to live THE NOW and share in our sense of savoir-fête.” – Arnaud de Saignes, International Director of Marketing and Communications for Moët & Chandon.
The special day comes with a series of parties for over 1000 guests, in one day. The Day All-White party will host a privileged number of people to an amazing brunch at the Hard Rock Café Lagos, courtesy of Moet Ice Imperial. The Brunch will be followed by a private dinner around some select Moet Vintage Champagnes for exclusive guests. A Moet Nectar Night will then hold at Escape Nightclub, Lagos from 11pm to dawn. It will be a memorable night experience around the theme of pink & glamour and open to all.
There will also be pop up surprises by Moet & Chandon to lovers of the brand at several spots in Lagos.
Be sure to catch up with the #moetpartyday festivities online on www.moet.com.