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Summer to remember with DJ night at Beach Hut, Prestatyn

Beach Hut

Following a hugely successful Ibiza themed beach party, Beach Hut Prestatyn is launching another night to kick off the bank holiday weekend in Ibiza style.

The DJ will be kicking off the night with Ibiza inspired music to get people up on their feet and dancing again, and there are a few other surprises throughout the night to help inspire those who haven’t been able to travel to Ibiza this year.

Beach Hut staff are looking forward to welcoming guests to the event, on Friday, 27th August, at 6pm, which is free to attend, to enjoy the last bit of Summer on the seafront in Prestatyn with signature drinks being served from the Mojitos bar until 10pm.

Beach Hut is also hosting a full day of entertainment on Saturday 11th September to celebrate their first birthday, with entertainment including reggae band, circus workshop, face painting, stilt walkers, followed by Ibiza style DJ, Glowbot Robot and Bubbleologist.

Both events are free for all to attend, as a thank you to local residents for their support since opening the Beach Hut doors one year ago.

Jamie Groves, Managing Director of Denbighshire Leisure Ltd, said: “We couldn’t let our one year birthday go by without celebrating it with our local customers, we have intentionally planned the event at the end of the summer holidays (11th September) to accommodate as many of our local residents and supporters as possible, we just hope the weather is kind to us. We’re thrilled with the success of the Beach Hut and want to thank everyone who has come along for food or drink within the last year. This party is particularly to thank our local Denbighshire customers for their support during this uncertain year. In the meantime, we hope you enjoy the Ibiza themed night to kick-off your bank holiday. It is likely to be a busy event, so please bear with us – space is limited.

“It’s been a difficult year for the tourism industry, but we have used the down-time to invest in our facilities and we have already seen the payback on this by how much people enjoying dining with us. We have lots of exciting projects in the pipeline, watch this space!”