Le Diner en Blanc Perth: 2,000-person private party at secret location returns to WA

Picture this: three rows of tables as far as the eye can see, dressed in crisp white linens, bone china plates and delicate silverware, lined up on the Matagarup Bridge.

Baby’s breath, ivory peonies and milky-hued hydrangeas are interspersed among the table settings, and the illuminated bridge display casts a soft glow over the setup.

Two thousand guests dressed in white from head to toe exchange polite conversation.

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There is an air of exuberance as they discuss this unique opportunity to dine alongside the iconic landmark and dance the night away suspended above the Swan River.

It’s just one of countless scenarios that could unfold on Saturday November 19, as Le Diner en Blanc Perth returns for episode seven, a secret affair where contestants glamorize and dine à la française, with the location revealed. just a few minutes before the start of the event.

Camera iconA secret affair where attendees have fun and dine the French way, with the location revealed just minutes before the event begins. Credit: Iain Gillespie/western australia

In 2021, guests took to the pristine lawns of the Supreme Court Gardens right in the middle of the city, while 2020 ticket holders strolled the turf as Optus Stadium put on a fiery light show to impress.

Elizabeth Quay was Perth’s inaugural venue for the annual outdoor dinner party, with Fremantle Esplanade, Yagan Square and Crown Parklands featured in previous years.

Alexander Circosta will pop his Le Diner en Blanc cherry in November.

“I’m Italian, I like to share good food and have a good conversation,” said Circosta, who presents on Channel 7’s Home in WA. “I can’t wait to wave my towel in the air and settle in for a magical evening.

“Diner en Blanc is no ordinary event, which I believe complements the people of Perth. We are a culture in our own right and have so many beautiful places, which are perfect for dining and dancing under the stars.

Diner en Blanc is a worldwide phenomenon, but it is essentially a local celebration of the host city. We are passionate about celebrating Perth and Western Australia, through location, fashion, food and wine.

Social media influencer Lidia Kukulj was lucky enough to attend last year’s shindig.

“The electric atmosphere in the Supreme Court Gardens as the sea of ​​white descended into the room was nothing short of spectacular,” she said.

Ms. Kukulj also had some advice for potential attendees: “Think fabulous and stand out! As for shoes, avoid stilettos.

Diner en Blanc Perth organizer Caroline James said guests can expect to be transported to another world once again, but not before shining the spotlight on WA producers.

“For the seventh annual Diner en Blanc Perth, we have secured an iconic secret venue with a limited number of 2000 tickets available only,” Ms James said.

“The breathtaking white sea, the iconic places, the instagrammable moments, the company and the dance; there are countless reasons why our customers return year after year.

“Diner en Blanc is a global phenomenon, but it is essentially a local celebration of the host city. We are passionate about celebrating Perth and Western Australia, through location, fashion, food and wine.

“Myer and Forrest Chase will be offering free white styling workshops in advance of the event and this year family business WA Willie Creek Pearls is partnering with our event.

“The event features a selection of standout WA wines and a French twist with Pommery Champagne. Our menu, by Heyder & Shears, celebrates the wonderful produce of Western Australia throughout.

Tickets were handed out to previous entrants and their nominees earlier this week, with the remaining places now available to the general public who register via perth.dinerenblanc.com.

And an additional bonus this year?

One lucky woman and one lucky man will win the beautiful Willie Creek jewelry modeled here by Circosta and Ms. Kukulj.

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