Independence Day Malibu Mixer in CHOP

Cap off Independence Day at CHOP with fireworks of your own.

 

Before billionaires bought up Malibu, the strip of beaches was the epicenter of the surfing counter culture that shaped American culture in the 1960s.

 

Recapture the same easygoing spirit of those early beach bums and give Independence Day the send-off it deserves at this evening CHOP bash.

 

Get your fill of American summer classics like ribs, chili dogs and a clambake special, or stay on the lighter side with rosemary shrimp cocktails and homemade guacamole and salsa.

 

After the buffet and specialty cocktails, shimmy and shake to the DJ's retro beach tunes.

 

Whatever your tastes and however smooth your moves, be sure to raise one more glass before the night is over to the '60s surfers (and country) that made it all possible.

 

  • Adults only
  • Dress code: beach party (T-shirts, flip-flops, etc acceptable)

Win a Flight to the USA

For each Independence Day Celebration event registration, you'll be entered into a draw to win a pair of premium economy tickets to the United States with American Airlines.

Even if you don't win, you can still enjoy up to 15 percent off American Airlines flights* to north, central or Latin America from Japan when booked by July 7, 2019. Visit the campaign page for more details and to make a booking.

*This offer is open to Club Members only.


Sponsored by

American Airlines, Coca-Cola, Azabu Gardens, Conjure Cognac, Usquaebach Whisky, Malecon Rum, Rio Caliente Tequila & Campo Azul Tequila

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Please check the Keeping Your Club Safe webpage for the full range of safety measures in effect at the Club, including mandatory reservations for use of recreation facilities.