“Olympic Voodoo Casino” celebrates its eight-year anniversary with “Fiesta Española”
Posted on 05. June 2014
On Friday, 6th of June, “Olympic Voodoo Casino” will celebrate its 8th anniversary with party “Fiesta Española”. The celebration will be held at 8 p.m. in “Olympic Voodoo Casino”, Riga, Elizabetes Street 55.
Evening host Valdis Melderis will provide the special celebration feeling, there will be various attractions for guests: exciting musical, artistic, dancing and many other performances. Live music by “Romiros” and the band, special shows by the Latvian Latino dance champions Vjaceslav Visnakov and Tereza Kizlo, thrilling show by illusionist Gabriel Got and many other exciting acts.
During the party there will be many surprises –tapas made by Spanish cook Jacinto Aires Fernandez, attractive bartenders Andris Noreikis and Deniss Smirnovs will be making special molecular cocktails, Spanish fans’ design studio and much more. The very special guest of the “Fiesta Española” will be DJ Gigi el Amoroso from Barcelona bringing the cheerful and exciting atmosphere of Spanish nightclubs to Riga.
About Olympic Casino Latvia
Olympic Casino Latvia (OCL) is a subsidiary of the Estonian enterprise Olympic Entertainment Group (OEG) and is the second largest casino operator in Latvia.
OEG entered Latvian market in 2002 by establishing Olympic Casino Latvia. Currently OEG controls 38 casinos in Riga and the biggest cities of Latvia: Ventspils, Liepāja, Saldus, Jelgava, Jūrmala, Sigulda, Cēsis, Valmiera, Gulbene, Madona, Jēkabpils, Ogre, Rēzekne and Daugavpils. 27 of branches operate under Olympic Casino brand. In July 2013 OEG purchased casino operator SIA “Altea”, adding 17 more casinos to it’s network in Latvia.
As of 31 March 2014, OEG in Latvia owned 1040 gaming machines and 18 gaming tables. At the end of March 2014 OEG in Latvia employed 660 workers. Olympic Casino Latvia is a socially responsible enterprise whose activity has been appraised by it’s inclusion in Sustainability Index’s Gold category and in the so-called State Revenue Service’s “white list”.