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Watch Party For Show Finale To Bring Closure For Albuquerque’s Breaking Bad Fanatics
Yelp.com and enthusiast Miguel Jaramillo offer a free, unique view of the show and the city for locals and visitors at Hotel Albuquerque and the intimate Q Bar
ALBUQUERQUE, NM, September 20, 2013 – Yelp Albuquerque (www.yelp.com/albuquerque) in partnership with Instagram local fan page Breaking Bad Locations (http://instagram.com/breakingbadlocations) announced a Watch Party for the final episode of the award-°©-winning television show, September 29. The party kicks off at 5:00pm with show-°©-themed beverages and there will be two ways to view and experience the event. The show will be free to view in the ballroom, and there will be a VIP party in the lounge. Festivities end at 9:00pm.
The VIP Lounge: For a $10 donation, with proceeds benefitting PB&J Family Services, a limited number of attendees in the Q Bar will enjoy special show-°© inspired drinks, a special guest appearance, live art by local artist Clown Face, a silent auction and a chance at winning Breaking Bad prizes and memorabilia. Tickets can be purchased online: http://holdmyticket.com/event/150872
The Ballroom: The space will include booths from local businesses that specialize in Breaking Bad products, merchandise and inspired artistic work. Other elements, such as a show-°©-themed photo booth, will capture an incredible night. Baillos is sponsoring and will provide visual and technical support.
The Albuquerque Convention & Visitors Bureau has been instrumental in encouraging fans to plan a visit to the city because of their interest in the show. They have created a hashtag #BrBaABQ for fans to follow along with what's happening in Breaking Bad's hometown. If you can't make it to the party, be sure to check out www.BrBaABQ.com or follow the hashtag to follow along with the excitement as the show comes to a close.
Throughout the show’s run, Watching Bad: Breaking Burque has been an enormous success, bringing out audiences to venues all over the city, often at capacity. The crowds have been the stars of each show, dead quiet during the dialogue, occasionally cheering the plot twists and turns, Albuquerque has indeed given back to the show that put the city in the spotlight. Come out for one final goodbye, and don’t worry, we all feel your pain.