It might well be the after party of the season: Groove Armada and Pete Tong will play headline DJ sets at the Boujis after-party, following the Audi International Polo at Guards Polo Club, near Windsor, on Sunday 28 July 2013. Superstylin!
What A party organised by South Ken’s private club Boujis, featuring sets by Groove Armada, one of the most commercially successful act of the London’s electro scene, and by DJ legend and Radio 1 presenter Pete Tong, who brought house music to the Ibiza and London party scene.
When and where On Sunday 28 July, from 6pm to 11pm, following the challenge between England and the USA on the field for the Westchester Cup, polo’s oldest international trophy, which will take place on the manicured ground of the Guards Polo Club, near Windsor.
What’s Good Undoubtedly some great music, an hedonistic atmosphere, a picturesque set and a glam crowd, with the occasional young royal behaving badly for good measure- not to forget of course the polo players themselves as eye candy for the ladies.
What’s not so good At £75 the ticket for the party, it clearly targets the Chelsea set rather than those amongst us affected by the recession. No surprise though for a party organised by a private club at a polo match. Might as well as those who actually have to get up to work on the following Monday morning).