BEATS GO ON: DJ iLLP will join DJ Lomes for a night of popular RnB and hip-hop club tracks along with evergreen club anthems at the Com Pub from 9pm on July 14.
BEATS GO ON: DJ iLLP will join DJ Lomes for a night of popular RnB and hip-hop club tracks along with evergreen club anthems at the Com Pub from 9pm on July 14.

Good beats and VIP treats at the Com Pub

THIS Saturday, July 14, the Commercial Hotel in Kingaroy brings another of its popular club nights as guest DJs light up The Nest for an Urban Super Club.

Popular Brisbane DJs Lomes and iLLP have quickly become crowd favourites as they blend together their unique mix of popular RnB and hip-hop club tracks from today, along with evergreen club anthems designed to keep you singing and dancing all night.

Part of this Saturday night's experience will be the VIP pre-show party.

The Com Pub events and entertainment manager Michael Monk said it would be a good night.

"The pre-show party is something a little special we are putting on for patrons who like to be spoilt. It's a closed-door cocktail party taking place from 9-10pm,” Mr Monk said.

While there is a guest list for the pre-show party, patrons can purchase tickets at the door for $15.

Once inside, guests will enjoy a selection of cocktails, food platters and other VIP treats.

These VIP pre-show parties are set to become a regular event at The Commercial Hotel Kingaroy and Mr Monk said there would be more club nights and VIP treatment in coming weeks, especially during the cooler weather.

Regulars can also look forward to more popular local live bands and new young up-and-coming artists being showcased, along with a Creedance Clearwater Revival tribute band playing at The Com in late September.

For more information about the events, visit www.compub.com.au.

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