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End of Dry January 2020 Events in Poole and Bournemouth

How many of you have insisted on doing Dry January this year? Did you make it to the end? If so, we know a few places you might want to celebrate your achievement…

If you are among the many (or the few) that committed to Dry January this year and made it all 31 days, you might be looking to celebrate. Luckily, some places in Bournemouth and Poole thought ahead and are bringing the deals and parties to you. So we scoured our favourite places to find you the best End of Dry January events.

END OF DRY JAN SPECIAL – Revolution, Bournemouth

Head on down to Revs in Lansdowne on Friday 31st and see January off with a free round of drinks. That’s what the venue is offering between 5 and 9pm. Cocktails, beer, wine, spirits — whatever your poison, one round is on the house. Find out more about this event by clicking here.

PAY DAY PARTY – Mai Tai, Ashley Cross

Fancy waving goodbye to Dry Jan in stylish surroundings? Why not go over to Ashley Cross and enjoy the monthly Pay Day Party at Mai Tai cocktail bar? They have some special 20% off deals to mark the end of Dry January. Including £30 beer buckets and £15 bottles of Prosecco. And for those really looking to splash, get yourself a Martini Tree for £45 or CÎROC Vodka and unlimited mixer for £120! Visit Mai Tai’s website for more info on the venue.

TRUTH RELAUNCH PARTY – Truth, Bournemouth

While not actually an event arranged to mark the end of Dry January, it’ll do the trick, right? One of Bournemouth’s top venues for Latin music, including Reggaeton, Electro Latino and Salsa, is showing off its new features on Friday 31st. Brand-new DJ booth and dancing podiums among them. Truth also has special drink offers to celebrate its relaunch, including £10 for five Jägerbombs and £5 for double house spirits. Free entry until 11.30pm and you can party all the way till six in the morning. Take a look at this Facebook page to find out more about the event.

Heard about an End of Dry January event in the area that we haven’t mentioned? Get in touch and let us know! For more local goings-on, keep an eye on our Events section. Also, don’t forget to follow HQB News on our socials. You can find us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn and YouTube.

Dale Hurst
Dale Hursthttp://dale-hurst.com
HQB Media's Editor Dale Hurst is a novelist, restaurant critic and presenter. A graduate in Multimedia Journalism from Solent University, he has a wide variety of journalistic experience, ranging from reviewing top London restaurants to interviewing MPs for BBC Radio. Dale is the author of two mystery novels and also a part-time singer.

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