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DJ Paul Lomax & Marisha: Live music and live cooking at BigCityBeats Club Kitchen premiere at Skyline Plaza

05.10.2023 | 15:44 Clock | Nightlife
DJ Paul Lomax & Marisha: Live music and live cooking at BigCityBeats Club Kitchen premiere at Skyline Plaza

As an after-work party, Club Kitchen presents a live cooking event to the live music of DJ Paul Lomax & Marisha. In the midst of Frankfurt's largest food court, the DJ will perform his legendary sound in front of a 4m high video wall. Musically he is
supported here by the professional musician Marisha on the live violin and various dancers.

The live cooking takes Bernd Zehner, who is as a Youtuber and content creator Germany-wide on the road. He has years of experience in live cooking events and inspires with culinary experiments. Also taking part is a cocktail professional, the Greek cocktail mixing champion Ilias Kousis. He has already won the hearts of audiences in over 20 countries with his original show bartending moves and impressive feats with bottles and
shakers.

Bernd Breiter, founder of BigCityBeats and host of the World Club Dome says, "I'm proud to be part of Skyline Plaza's 10th anniversary and host the official afterwork party with BigCityBeats Club Kitchen." He adds, "Three years ago we created this unique 'Show Cooking & Live Music' event that has already won awards in Hollywood. We have been with Club Kitchen at a depth of 1,000 m below sea level, in Antarctica, in the Swiss Alps as well as on the International Space Station "ISS" and are now bringing this party cuisine to the urban heart of Frankfurt, to the Skyline Plaza. There we will celebrate the anniversary in a fitting manner."

Center Manager Olaf M. Kindt is excited about the cooperation with Club Kitchen. "The Club Kitchen event is a nice way to say thank you to our visitors for 10 years of Skyline Plaza loyalty."

He cordially invites all visitors to join in the celebration on Friday, Oct. 6 from 6 to 10 p.m.
Admission is free.

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