Hilton Monthly Tribute Acts – Tina Turner v Diana Ross

Hilton Monthly Tribute Acts – Tina Turner v Diana Ross

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The Hilton Hotel Liverpool city centre are hosting incredibly popular monthly Tribute Night dinners.  The fun-filled events include a glass of Fizz on arrival, a sumptuous two course meal and  top quality Tribute acts from around the country.

To celebrate the launch of the monthly events, Hilton Hotel have teamed up with Downtown in Business to offer our supporters and followers an unbelievable discount for selected events.

Enjoy a fantastic evening of floor-filling songs in the luxurious surroundings of one of Liverpool’s premiere hotels at a comprehensively discounted rate.

Superb for celebrations, anniversaries or nights out with friends.

TINA TURNER V DIANA ROSS – Friday 12th October – at 7.30pm

Normal price per person is £28.00  –  But we are delighted to be able to offer you tickets for £20 per person when you use the code DTIB1

A fantastic night out, in the heart of the city centre at the stunning Hilton Hotel Liverpool city centre

Simply log onto www.ticketquarter.co.uk, put in the event, and include the discount code DTIB1 when booking

For further information please contact:   Lauren English on 0151 708 4219 or email LPLHI_Sales@hilton.com

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