The event was created to celebrate and relaunch the new look and feel of Tequila Blu.
Taking inspiration from the new branding, sugar skulls with a modern twist, saw Collingwood’s Rokeby Studios light up the night with a festive blue glow.
Door staff fully styled in traditional Day of the Dead costumes greeted guests with a single rose upon arrival.
A tequila shot station was set up right near the entrance along with a full cocktail bar was serving a variety of very tasty tequila based cocktails.
Guest music producer Rossco Cornfield provided some great Mexican music for what was a very busy dance floor for a Wednesday night!
And of course the taco truck served up complimentary mexican comida to accompany the free flowing tequila, whilst the Barmazter boys entertained through out the evening with a series of flare and fire shows.
With over 300 guests, the event gained much attention in the food and drink media with an army of industry and a cast of celebrities in attendance, this event was featured in the Sydney Herald Sun.