Are you looking for somewhere to party on the waterside? Mandarine Park & Tent sits right on the edge of Rio de la Plata with exclusive riverside views.
This massive outdoor venue is nestled right in the posh Palermo Chico neighborhood, just northwest of Buenos Aires’ city center. This area is considered one of the wealthiest in the city.
With a rotation of international and local DJs, Mandarine Park & Tent’s powerful speakers lend itself to killer electronic bangers. It’s not surprising that many international tourists and locals flock to this incredible waterside venue to see the likes of Boris Brejcha, Markus Schulz, Marco Carola, Loco Dice, and Solomun spin.
With a gigantic stage construction with LED screens to enhance your audiovisual experience, book a VIP table right at the center of the field for an unobstructed clubbing experience.
Mandarine Park & Tent lets you see the sunrise over the river while dancing to chill electronic beats. With a phenomenal atmosphere fuelled by a lively crowd of tourists and locals, this place should be next on your list.
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