Dive head first into an exotic New Year’s Eve holiday experience at New York City’s Taj II, based in the trendy Chelsea district. Modeled after the magnificence of India, you’ll be drowning in an otherworldly luxe bi-level venue ideal for an intimate party setting oozing with the continental allure of South Asia. Upon entering the doors of Taj II, you’ll be transported to an Indian-inspired lounge and event space with accents of modern American influences. Indulge in a 5-hour premium open bar, and enjoy a delectable menu of complimentary early evening appetizers. Feel the heat rise on the dance floor with the sounds of a live DJ playing the latest Top 40, House, Hip Hop and Mash Ups guiding the party energy into midnight. As the clock strikes 12, get ready for an intense DJ-led live NYE countdown in sync with the iconic ball drop televised on flat screens. This will be the party event of the season as you raise your complimentary glass of champagne to a fresh New Year. For the
Live DJ Performance (Top 40 | Hip Hop | Dance | House| Mash Ups)
IDJLEX’s professional career started in the mid-90s while still a student. Lex held down two specialty show slots, captivating audiences with a combination of charismatic presence as an on-air personality and his flawless technique on the 1s & 2s. Always seeking to push himself as he developed his career IDJLEX has tabled shows on Sirius, Kbol, and Swurv Radio Las Vegas. Coupling his love for Hip-Hop, R&B and Reggae with an appreciation for the eclectic sounds to which he was exposed as a kid, IDJLEX has kept crowds of partygoers motivated on dance floors from New York to Montreal to the exclusive Pocono Mountains and as far as Greece. Residencies and guest appearances at some of the hottest venues in New York City include Cheetah, Limelight, The Tunnel, and Groove Jet during the height of their popularity. IDJLEX has also moved the crowd in notorious venues such as: 40 40 Club NYC, Chelsea Hotel Atlantic City, and Zoko Lounge Sacramento. His experience as a show DJ is matched only by his knack for opening major artists such as: KRS-1, Beatnuts, Method Man, Spragga Benz and Nas, to name a few.
Cocktail/Semi-Formal Attire. New Year's Eve Festive