Fans of Terri Nunn and her band Berlin can catch a special New Years Eve performance at South Coast Plaza on December 31.

AnQi by Crustacean at South Coast Plaza will “Take Your Breath Away” with celebrity Terri Nunn and Berlin live on stage at AnQi’s avant-garde food bazaar and Q du Soleil. AnQi’s countdown of pleasures starts at 9 p.m. with an assortment of artistic curiosities with the Forbidden Den which includes:

• Champagne rain by graceful aerialists
• An edible food wall
• Interactive molecular station
• Geishas to dine off of
• Noodle and dumpling rickshaw
• Library of Sushi
• Decadent dessert art
• Breakfast bar 2012

AnQi is prepared to wow OC trendsetters throughout the night! International DJ Angeline and Cuban drummer Joakin Eskasan spin guests into their first Breakfast Bar in 2012.

‘A La Carte’ pre-party sit down dinner reservations available from 5 to 7:30 p.m.
So come experience a New Year’s Eve like never before with live on-stage performances, dancing and spinning with world-renowned DJs and a countdown with special guests. Let the OC New Year’s Merriment Begin!

Glamorously chic dress code strictly enforced.

A portion of the evening’s proceeds will benefit Orange County United Way and Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA). United Way is a nonprofit that invests in the lives of Orange County children, families, and individuals by ensuring that they have the building blocks for a self-sufficient life: Education, Income, and Health. CASA is also a non-profit organization that trains community volunteers to serve as powerful mentors and advocates for our community’s most severely abused, abandoned and neglected children.

For dinner service or any of the VIP options, RSVP to Melissa Liebengood at or call 714.557.5679.

For more information about the AnQi’s New Year’s Eve event visit

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