Renaissance Aruba Gears Up For Electronic Music Festival

Renaissance Aruba Resort and Casino is gearing up for the Electric Festival, Aruba’s electronic music gathering set for September 6 – 8, and is offering a special Beats on the Beach VIP package.

Those planning to travel to the Dutch Caribbean for this pulsating weekend will be at the center of the action, including an exclusive meet-and-greet with festival headliner DJ Chuckie. 
 
Clients booking the package will also receive an exceptional nightly room rate starting at $232.72 per night at the adults-exclusive Marina Hotel located in the heart of the island; unlimited access to the resort’s private Renaissance Island, including admission to an on-island DJ bash; two three-day festival passes, two $10 iTunes cards to download the weekend’s best beats, a $100 cocktail credit per room that can be used at the Marina Hotel’s chic BLUE bar and daily breakfast for two. The package is based on double occupancy and is available for stays September 4 – 12 with a five-night minimum. The package can be booked online at www.renaissancearuba.com using offer code FVJ. 
 
Renaissance Aruba Resort and Casino was the site where Chuckie recently held a press conference announcing the Electric Festival, followed by a private show dubbed “Chuckie Goes Electric” on the Marina Hotel pool deck as part of Renaissance Hotels’ Global Day of Discovery. The Electric Festival, which will also feature headliners Hardwell and Slash and is set to be one of the largest of its kind in the Caribbean, is being organized in conjunction with the Aruba Tourism Authority, Amsterdam Dance Event, Evenpro and GM Affairs Caribbean. 
 
Visit www.renhotels.com/r-life.
 

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