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Echo Entertainment is focussed more on a full on entertainment experience these days than gambling, despite the casino connection.
Tonight was party time at The Star, an a bush tucker bag of Australian celebrities came to party.
The Star has have hosted countless international acts and been a home away from home for many Hollywood and Las Vegas stars when they come down under to Sydney, Australia.
Echo Entertainment's The Star continues to push the celebrity card, and then there's the nightclubs, bars and The Darling - the 5 star hotel.
Upstairs the casino floor was doing a fine trade with favorites such as Wheel of Fortune, Cleopatra and a host of table games. It was all there for the taking, and clearly many punters and entertainment lovers did. Work hard and play and party harder.
On Friday, 11 May The Star is lighting up with a night of festivities and events across the complex from 6pm til late. Best of all the events are open to everyone, so come on down and kick your weekend off in style!
British India Live
As part of "The Star Turns It On" event on Friday, Melbourne indie band British India played a free headlining set at The Star's home of live music, Rock Lily.
Party in The Darling
A killer DJ line-up featured Zoe Badwi and Alex Dimitriades from 7pm, complimentary drinks, delicious canapés and giveaways.
A special fashion night with in-store offers, models parading the various designer wares available, complimentary hand massages by The Spa at The Darling therapists, plus glasses of bubbles and beer.
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Sports Stars at 24/7 Sports Bar
Sports celebrities were on-hand for photos and autographs at 24/7 Sports Bar. They included NRL greats Wendell Sailor, Benji Marshall and NSW Origin captain Paul Gallen and current South Sydney Rabbitohs. And all the Friday night football action was up on the mega screen.
After Party in Cherry
Celebrity Apprentice star and glamour sportswoman, Lauryn Eagle, was hostess for the evening, plus tunes by DJ Jam Xpress. Champagne and cocktail specials were available for patrons.
Who was there?
Lauryn Eagle, Alex Dimitriades, Zoe Badwi, British India, Wendell Sailor, Benji Marshall and Paul Gallen.
The Star's tag line is 'There will be stories', and we're sure there are a few floating around from festivities tonight. Give it a few days and some of the stories might just end up in print. Stay tuned. Well done Star. We look forward to the next party.
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