Everything you need to know about tonight's Best of Orlando party


  • Photo by Holly Whelden Carpenter
A huge congrats to all the winners and nominees! You are, without a doubt, what makes this city such a great place to live and play. Hat tip to you all!

Tonight's the big night and we want to make sure it's extra smooth for everyone who plans to attend. So, here are a couple things you should know in advance:

- No invitations will be accepted as tickets. This is the most important thing. All codes on the invitations must be claimed here in advance. Everyone MUST have a printed ticket to get into the event or you will be denied access.

- There are two entrances, a "Winners" entrance at The Beacham, and a general admission entrance at 64 North.

- All tickets will be scanned. Also, have your ID handy because it's 21+.

- There will be complimentary drinks! So please enjoy yourself responsibly.

- There are five venues involved with tonight's party: The Beacham, The Social, Aero, 64 North and The Patio. Check 'em all out, as different things will be happening at all the bars.

- The party starts at 7 p.m. and goes till 11 p.m. So, show up early!

- There is no designated parking for tonight's party. We highly suggest taking an Uber, or a Lyft.

- There is no dress code, just come as you are and have a great time!

See you all at 7 p.m.!

If you haven't yet, check out all the Best of Orlando 2017 issue here
  • Photo by Holly Whelden Carpenter

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