Secret pop up dinner Le Diner en Blanc will return next month for fifth year in Sydney

Secretive pop up dinner Le Diner en Blanc will be returning to a top secret Sydney location next month to celebrate its fifth anniversary in the famed harbour city. The event itself is almost 30 years old, earning itself a sizable following over the past few decades leading to some huge success which, last year, saw pop up dinners held in over 70 cities and more than 25 countries across the globe.

The date is set for Saturday 19th November, with the location promised to be a “stunning public space” somewhere around Sydney, setting the scene for a program stacked with entertainment, food, and drink to be unleashed upon diners dressed in the most stylish all-white outfits they can find. Last year’s dinner on the steps of the Sydney Opera House was attended by over 4,000 guests, whereas this year ticket numbers have been bumped up to 4,500.

Visuals play a big part, but so do a lack of actual details leading up the event. All we know is that Le Diner en Blanc has traditionally thrived on not just quality food and drink, but sensational visuals embeded in the structure of the dinner, which of course ends with live music and dancing shoes.

“It’s an incredible milestone to achieve here in Sydney”, said host Antoine Bessis. “We are grateful to all our guests for coming back each year to enjoy the spectacle and continue to make it a success. It’s a true testament to the beauty and culture which Sydney has to offer, allowing us to dine in some of the most stunning outdoor spaces and iconic locations.”

If this sounds like something you need in your life you can register for tickets and find more information HERE. Tickets are priced at $54pp.

Le Diner en Blanc

Where: TBA
When: Saturday 19th November

Image supplied.

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Chris Singh

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