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Marquee, The Star Brings New Year's Eve Glamour to Sydney

SYDNEY, Dec. 31, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Last night Marquee - The Star, Sydney was flooded with celebrities who flocked to the harbour city to celebrate the nightclub's first New Year's Eve. Owned by the same team behind Marquee Las Vegas and New York, Sydney's star power was seriously catapulted this New Year's Eve as the Tao Group's Noah Tepperberg and Jason Strauss invited celebrity friends to spend New Year's Eve in the harbour city, including Chace Crawford and Matthew Morrison.

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After kicking off the evening with dinner at Momofuku Seiobo, celebrity guests continued celebrations at Marquee, taking in the view of the midnight fireworks. Chace Crawford, Matthew Morrison and girlfriend Renee PuenteColton Haynes, Samantha Ronson, JC Chasez, Kyle Howard, Shawn Pyfrom, Brahman Turner and Lucas Grabeel partied into the night, with champagne flowing. Australia's former Miss Universe, Jennifer Hawkins, joined the party with fiance Jake Wall.

Revellers filled the nightclub as Grammy Award winning international DJ Dirty South performed in the Main Room, while celebrity DJ Samantha Ronson surprised party-goers by jumping on the decks in the Boom Box and partying well into the night.

The visiting celebrities all stayed at The Darling, The Star's luxury hotel.

About Marquee - The Star, Sydney

Marquee is located on the entire top tier of The Star's new Pirrama Road harbour side entrance, commanding expansive views of Sydney Harbour and the city skyline. With nearly 20,000 square feet of floor space, and a capacity for 1500 people, the venue is designed to house three distinct spaces within the one venue to cater for different tastes and moods.

The Main Room features a 30 foot projection stage with an LED DJ booth and large dance floors.  In contrast, a stylish library-style room offers a private and intimate lounge experience, accentuated by a working fireplace. Club-goers will also come across the Boom Box, with a separate DJ, state-of-the-art sound system and outdoor patio.  There is also a chill-out area with unparalleled views of the Sydney skyline and separate VIP entrance for quick entry from street level.

The Star has recently undergone an AU$870 million redevelopment and expansion to become a one-of-a-kind entertainment destination. The Star offers more than 20 restaurants, bars, entertainment venues and cafes, a new five star boutique lifestyle hotel called The Darling, a 16 room day spa, a luxury retail collection, and upscale gaming areas.

SOURCE  Marquee - The Star, Sydney

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