Every summer, one of the highlights of the end of summer is Sir Ivan’s wild and colorful themed bash held at his castle in the Hamptons. This year his Royal Tea Dance was dubbed Castle 54, to pay tribute to the iconic New York nightclub where every night, a mixed LGBT and straight crowd danced in harmony. The castle was lit in rainbow colored LED lights for this special occasion, just like the White House did when gay marriage was made legal. To add some spice to the party guests were asked to dressed as one of the iconic Village People, military, sailor, American Indian, or a cop, and even one of the original Village People- Randy Jones came dressed to the nines.
While guests partied by the pool, Ivan made his grand debut riding a motorcycle onto the dance floor and up to the stage where he performed his new Billboard Hit, Kiss all the Bullies Goodbye to a packed house that summated the party’s theme of diversity, acceptance and love.
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