Coco Bongo Grand Opening!
Cabo San Lucas, Los Cabos, Baja California Sur, México.
The Coco Bongo VIP pre-grand opening party on Tuesday July 2, 2019, was an exciting preview of what the popular Quintana Roo franchise is all about. The all you can drink evening featured the acrobatic performances of athletic young women soaring above the festive crowd, Brazilian-style dancers Carnaval dancers, confetti falling from the ceiling and a boisterous crowd of waitresses parading around the dance floor and upper level perimeter grooving and gyrating the night away to popular deejay music.
The Coco Bongo Cabo San Lucas location is at Plaza Bonita, between The CaboLand touristy merchandise store and Starbucks; directly across the street from El Squid Roe. Doors were open at 8:30 PM and the part raged on and on until 3:00 AM. General admission cost, once Coco Bongo officially opens on Thursday, 4th of July, will be $90 US Dollars with Gold Member entry fees at $140 dollars. By purchasing tickets online via their website, the savings lower the cost of getting in to $75 and $120 USD.
”I have been to the Coco Bongo in Cancun and Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic and it was an amazing crazy fun time,” said Mariana Estrada-Tallman. ”They really know how to put on a show and make the night memorable.” The Cabo San Lucas location is the end result of an entire 2018 year in which the nightclub entity owners were in talks with local Los Cabos business leaders and government tourism officials, about opening their disco and show franchise in Cabo San Lucas.
”About a year ago, we began talks with them and they were open to coming here. We gave them statistics, the origin and history of this market, the profile of the travelers that visit Cabo and they were happy with what they could offer the Los Cabos tourists,” noted Rodrigo Esponda Cascajares, Director of FITURCA.
FITURCA is an agency designed to promotes, plans, and develops tourism via publicity campaigns, on a national and international level; while also encouraging the investment of national and foreign capital for the tourist development of the Municipality of Los Cabos, Baja California Sur.