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It’s the final countdown!

Ticket prices as follows:

 

Tickets €20

Children under 12 €15

VIP (balcony) €35

(includes cava)

 

PLEASE NOTE:

Many tickets are already reserved!! This event will sell out!!

To reserve please call:
971 232 842 or
666 001 807
Paul Martin
[email protected]

THIS Saturday, February 28, sees one of the biggest events of the year so far!

Mallorca’s Got Talent Final takes place at Western Water Park in Magaluf, with its fantastic indoor theatre.

Over the past six weeks, Aroma El Toro has been hosting the heats, and we now have 12 brilliant acts all competing for the €1,000 grand prize.

This competition, now in its third year, is going from strength to strength.

Aroma Bar El Toro has been packed to the rafters every week for the heats. This coming Saturday will be no exception, so you must get your tickets booked up ASAP to avoid disappointment!

Last Friday’s heat saw young 10-year-old singer and pianist Brooke Judkins go through along with Andratx husband and father Kris Millen. These two talented acts took the last two places in the competition.

The atmosphere in Aroma was amazing with the crowd also enjoying resident compere Paul Martin’s set, dancing the night away into the small hours.

It’s a waiting game until Saturday to find out who will be the overall winner.

There are rumours of   a celebrity guest appearance, alongside   X Factor vocal coach Lloyd Wade, who is also performing at the aftershow party.

The after party will be back at Aroma; every ticket sold for the final will include a wristband for entry to the party.

Aroma El Toro would like to thank LM Engineering for their sponsorship. They have generously donated the prize money for the winning contestant.

An official DVD of the whole night will be recorded by Paris Video productions, aka Tony Paris. This will be available to buy in stunning HD quality for those who want a souvenir of the night.

 

For more information on tickets contact Aroma El Toro on 666 001 807 or Paul Martin on 640 769 542

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