The Aqualilies will perform again at Midsummer Night’s Dream, alongside DJ Chloe Morgan and DJ Shakes, at the Black Hills Estate Winery event on Aug. 12. Photo courtesy of Black Hills Estate Winery

Midsummer Night Dream party

One-of-a-kind event taking place on the patio of Oliver’s Black Hills Estate Winery

Black Hills Estate Winery’s Midsummer Night’s Dream party just got a little hotter.

Vancouver-based DJ, Chloe Morgan, will be creating the hot Miami-vibe at this one-of-a-kind event, taking place Aug. 12 on the patio of Oliver’s Black Hills Estate Winery.

“This event is already the only one like it in the world,” says Pauline Gagnon, the winery’s General Manager of Hospitality. “Adding Chloe to our already awesome line-up of entertainment will just take this party to the next level.”

Originally from England, Morgan’s career as a singer, musician and actor have brought her recognition internationally in live and recorded performances. She turned her focus toward DJing following a year of training at club circuits in Essex and London. Her style merges live vocals and instruments into her sets featuring the most current party mixes.

At Midsummer Night’s Dream, Morgan will DJ alongside Black Hills own DJ Shakes, setting a perfect vibe for the stunning Aqualillies, glamorous water ballet performers who will transform the Black Hills pool into a stage for synchronized swimming.

The entertainment will continue with a fashion show by Penticton’s funkiest vintage shop, Tiger Alley. Guests will also enjoy a range of Black Hills Estate Winery wines and a barbecue served in the vineyard.

“We love Midsummer Night’s Dream, as it has really come to define the seasons for us,” says Gagnon. “It’s a chance to celebrate summer, with a lot of style.”

Tickets for a Midsummer Night’s Dream at $135 and can be purchased at www.blackhillswinery.com or by calling 250-498-0666.

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