GinUp garden party series to return to Haris Park
The Haris Park GinUp event series is set to return on May 25, with refreshing drinks and interesting discussions featuring experts from different walks of business life.
This summer there will be three GinUp events: May 25, June 15, July 13 - always on Wednesdays from 7 p.m., under the trees of the 6,000 sqm garden of the Marczibányi Square Castle.
The organizers are also coming up with some exciting innovations this year: not only will the summer evenings feature exciting DJ sets, but each program will also start with a "warm-up talk" entitled Warm Up by Wallis Motor, hosted by Miklós Schiffer, brand ambassador of Wallis Motor.
The discussions will cover unusual topics, current trends, as well as economic and cultural issues. Among the panelists will be Nikolett Blaskó, who will talk about trends and brands, Attila Szalay-Berzeviczy, who will discuss the current economic trends and put them into a domestic context, and a guest speaker from MOME will widen the field with visions of what the future holds for people.
The evening will also feature Haris Gin, the House's own drink, which can be enjoyed neat or as an exciting cocktail. A collaboration between Opera Gin and Haris Park, this drink is a blend of special Mediterranean flavors: Seville oranges, grapefruit, cardamom, and ginger.
There is no admission fee for the garden party event, but attendance is subject to registration, which can be done at harispark.hu/ginup. Guests' transportation home will be provided by Haris Park partner and garden party series sponsor Wallis Motor.
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