Lucky Voice, everyone’s favourite karaoke joint, has officially opened its doors in Liverpool Street, bringing plenty of musical fun to Devonshire Square. Karaoke fanatic Hannah Tan-Gillies checks out the official opening party for an evening of singing, dancing, great food, even better cocktails and everything in between.
Kicking off the party, Lucky Voice Liverpool Street celebrated with a buzzing launch event last night (Wednesday 22ndFebruary), which saw renowned drag queen Crayola swing from the brand-new wrecking ball as she belted out Miley’s iconic hit to the elated crowd.
Guests enjoyed bespoke Lucky Voice Liverpool Street cocktails such as The Eastender and The Wrecking Ball (of course) as they explored the colourful new venue and got glammed up by Lucky Voice’s glitter artist.
The karaoke rooms were open all night as guests took to the mic and partied on with Crayola until the early hours of the morning including our own Team Coco gals Amira Aratesh and Hannah Tan-Gillies.
Londoners have been preparing for the launch with the recent pop-up Miley Cyrus themed Lucky Voice karaoke booth in Devonshire Square last week which led the way for the arrival of London’s largest disco wrecking ball, now pitched up in the Liverpool Street venue.
We didn’t miss the opportunity to capture the perfect Instagram shot and channel our inner Miley with a pose on the wrecking ball, before heading down the signature Lucky Voice rainbow corridor to the nine private karaoke pods beyond.
Boasting 4,800 sq. ft and a VIP booth with an exclusive design and VIP seating area overlooking the dancefloor, the new site is already a hit with local workers and Londoners beyond and was a smash hit with us too.
Sitting in a commuter hub and one of the UK’s busiest business locations, guests can let their hair down in the best way possible all week long and enjoy excellent food, bespoke Lucky Voice Liverpool Street cocktails and over 11,000 songs to rock out to.
Proving that it’s more than just a karaoke spot, Lucky Voice will regularly host DJ nights and has a large bar area with a buzzing dancefloor. Open until 2.30am Wednesday - Saturday and 1am Sunday - Tuesday; Lucky Voice Liverpool Street will be one of the only bars still partying on until the early hours in the city.
Book Lucky Voice Liverpool Street here now and head down to Devonshire Square for a unique night out.