Halloween parties are becoming more popular in Hungary as well, but they usually happen according to American traditions. Josep Zara, the owner of Neverland, has visited Mexico several times, hence the idea to twist a story and conduct Halloween this year in a Mexican style.
The Feast of Día de Muertos, or Skulls, is perhaps the most spectacular celebration in Mexico – which dates back thousands of years – and that increasingly infiltrates both the United States and Europe.
According to tradition, in Central America, this is also a celebration of life, when people paint themselves in the most colorful way possible as a festival and celebrate their most beautiful moments together.
The style will also be featured at Neverland, where they mustered enormous energies for weeks for the unique event across the country. Only ten people will be interested in the scenes, and the nightclub will be decorated with thousands of floral strings for the occasions, which will be complemented by skulls and light plays by artists.
Neverland employees will also build a Mexican altar upstairs to enhance the atmosphere, and fire pans, fire pans and fire fighters will entertain pedestrians on the street.
The golden rule of the event is that you can only enter in dress code. At the same time, guests do not have to put makeup on, various face painters will take care of it on site, and a professional photo and video will be made for everyone.
Two DJs will also play special Mexican music.
Of course, there is a great food and beverage menu for those who want to party. The menu will include tacos, empanada chicken and quesadilla, among others, and drinks with more summer and fruit releases such as mezcal, margarita or paloma in town, along with a unique selection of tequila and cocktails.
Neverland escape rooms will also open at the same time as the event.
Due to the coronavirus epidemic, increased precautions have been introduced in the nightclub. The dressed employees will, of course, be in masks, and hand sanitizers are available everywhere, and this is the only indoor leisure unit in Budapest where the blown air passes through several hepa filters, making it 100% virus free. Additionally, all affected surfaces will be frequently disinfected.