65th BIRTHDAY PARTY &
FREDDIE FOR A DAY 2011
SATURDAY, 3rd SEPTEMBER 2011
MIRAKEL, ALSER STRASSE 18, 1090 VIENNA, AUSTRIA
ENTRANCE / START: 9 pm - FREE ENTRY
2011 - A year full of Anniversary and Happening
65th Birthday of Freddie Mercury – 40 years of Queen - 25 years since the Live at Wembley Stadium.
The Austrian Queen Fan Club Vienna and Universal Music Austria will be celebrating the 65th Birthday of Freddie Mercury and “Freddie For A Day” with an extraordinary event. According to the motto "Back to the roots" the event in the honour of the legendary singer this year won´t take place in a luxury hotel, but in the party location called "Mirakel". Would there be a better location name than this for a Queen Party?
Are you ready to be Freddie?
There is no dress code. Freddie Mercury was and is even still famous for his extraordinary costumes and lavish parties. For this reason we ask you to wear a Freddie outfit / costume at the Birthday Party or an outfit that Freddie would deemed 'appropriate' and expect from party goers on such a spectacular evening! The obligatory Freddie moustache would be preferred (also for ladies!). Moustaches can also be lend.
The program is currently in planning. Whoever has participated in a party organized by the Austrian Queen Fan Club Vienna knows that there will be a lots of surprises! Highlights: Freddie Look-A-Like Contest, Sing For Freddie Karaoke and our legendary „Killer Karaoke“.
No tickets necessary - the entrance is free!
The Hotel "Pension Vera" offers double rooms for overnight at EUR 79,--, breakfast included. Single rooms are available for EUR 55,--, breakfast included. "Pension Vera" is located in the same building as the event location "Mirakel" and can be found in the first floor. The garage is subject to fee. Hotel "Pension Vera", Alser Straße 18, 1090 Vienna. Tel: +43 1 4062595. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org . www.bamahotels.at
We are looking forward to celebrating a party with you, which Freddie Mercury would have liked for sure.
….. and now LET`S ROCK! But don’t forget the ´tache!