Allegro was delighted to work alongside Jack Morton to create an ‘Asian emerging markets’ themed event for Wesfarmers. Four hundred guests from around the country enjoyed an exciting and interactive evening in Melbourne, indulging in first class hospitality and entertainment. Guests were led in groups from Crown Metropol, where they were staying, to Showtime Events Centre, where they would spend the rest of the evening. As guests began their short journey, they were accompanied by some traditional Indian dhol players whose noisy and energetic performance attracted much attention from other passers-by! Further along, guests passed by Chinese ribbon twirler, Lee, who weaved her magic through the crowd and injected some Chinese influence into the initial part of the evening. To continue the street market style of entertainment, guests then passed by Kotek, a traditional Indonesian duo performing on two gamelans. Once guests arrived at Showtime they were greeted by an amazing Lion Dance performance complete with dancers and percussionists. Once in the venue, guests visited Allegro’s Chinese calligraphist to receive their name written in Chinese characters and enjoyed traditional music from the Indian Connection trio. The room was brilliantly themed and the food stations offered all sorts of Asian cuisine, with all guests thoroughly enjoying themselves on a beautiful Melbourne night.