“Once we decided on the theme of ‘Beyond Macau,’ it really seemed fitting that we bring everyone in by water, just like most visitors and residents arrive to the island Macau,” said Live It Productions’ Charlie Venturi, who is also co-founder of the Little Lighthouse Foundation, which serves underprivileged youth.
A 10-person decor team from Live It Productions strung traditional Chinese lanterns, oversize firecrackers, and parasols across the lawn and inside the main tent. Amber mood lighting, red accent colors, and video projections added to the theme. Aura Entertainment provided Chinese drummers, ribbon dancers, stilt walkers, and an Asian doll revue. V.I.P. bottle service was offered inside a nightclub-style, 50- by 90-foot clear tent as DJ Louis Dee spun high-energy electronic tunes.