MILWAUKEE (February 4, 2013) – Marquette University Student Government and Late Night Marquette will host a delicious night of fun on the most romantic night of the year. The highly anticipated Night of Chocolate is Thursday, February 14 from 8:30 p.m. to 12 a.m. in the AMU Ballrooms.
This year’s evening of treats has taken a turn from Willy Wonka’s land of pure imagination to an exotic Brazilian carnival. The ballrooms will transform into the streets of a Carnival celebration. Colorful decorations, exhilarating energy and an ensemble of samba dancers are all to be expected at this night of Brazilian reggae and rhythm.
Of course, a plethora of chocolate desserts will still be the main event. Three separate chocolate fountains will cascade milk, white and dark chocolate. Tons of goodies, from fruit to pretzels, will be available to dip in the fountains so chocolate lovers can indulge themselves in a variety of scrumptious fondue combinations.
MUSG event commissioner, Tara Vandygriff, raves, “This is a well known annual event. Students look forward to the chance to stuff their face full of chocolate. This year we really wanted to keep the basis of the event the same, but add a fun, cultural vibe by choosing the Carnival theme.”
Tickets for this delectable experience are on sale now in the Brooks Lounge for $5. Don’t miss a night of samba, reggae, rhythm and, most importantly, chocolate.