December 04, 2021

Annual Beach Party Goes Global

The Hero World Challenge is known for its global appeal. Held annually in the Bahamas with a title sponsor based in India, the 2021 tournament features players from 6 different countries. Fitting with the international nature of the event, the 2021 edition of the tournament’s annual Beach Party took on a worldwide flair.

Headlining the Beach Party was world-renowned Norwegian Producer and DJ Alan Walker. With over 115 million social followers and 50 billion audio and video streams Walker has performed around the world to millions of fans. The performance wowed the global audience with a performance full of lights, sound, smoke, fire all capped off with a fireworks show over the ocean.

Alan Walker at Albany

The cuisine of the evening was curated in homage to the headliner with featured menu items inspired by favorite cities Walker has performed at including London, Paris, Singapore, Tel Aviv and Tokyo.

Beach Party Cuisine

The Albany House on Aviva Beach was transformed into a tropical paradise pulling from cultures throughout the Atlantic. The signature cocktails were handcrafted to be perfect for fit for a Beach Party, no matter if that beach is in The Bahamas, the Caribbean or South Beach in Miami.

Beach Party Cocktails

Throughout the evening, guests were wowed with non stop music, dancing and incredible entertainment including a live drum and dance performance inspired by 80’s South Beach.

Beach Party Dancing

All of the international flavor was for a purpose. Culminating the night was the charity raffle, featuring 14 incredible experiences taking you around the world including trips to London for The House at Beaverbrook or Tottenham Hotspur Football Club experience, a trip to Miami to experience exclusive with the Miami Marlins and all-inclusive trips back to Albany, Bahamas. With all proceeds benefitting the Hero World Challenge’s charities including TGR Foundation, Bahamas Youth Foundation, and Tavistock Foundation, youth from around the world will have access to quality education.