The phenomenon that is Bravo's hit reality show "Summer House" rolled north of NYC in a 1-of-1 Black Bridge custom tank for a collaborative immersive experience at Boston’s heralded former-prison-turned luxury hotel, The Liberty.
The lobby of the world famous Liberty Hotel, a 19th century prison transformed into a luxury hotel in Boston, MA.
The show’s stars Kyle Cooke, Carl Radke and Amanda Batula arrived in the vehicle that put Black Bridge Motors on the national radar - the classic 1986 Land Rover Defender 110 with a fully modern interior, including voice activated Apple Car Play, Panasonic screens, Exmoor Trim ultra luxury leather seats, and a Corvette Racing LS3 engine, painted Lamborghini Nardo grey.
Cooke's successful liquor venture, Loverboy, was the focus of the night. The sparkling hard tea brand launched in late 2017 off the back of the success of Summer House’s breakout second season. Alibi, the venue at Liberty was sold out in under an hour after the event was announced online. Both Cooke and Radke were styled by NYC contemporary line Paisley & Gray. Fans were treated to a meet and greet with photos and autograph signings from the show's stars, and a chance to hang out 1-on-1 in the VIP lounge while cameras rolled.
After the first event, the cast and Black Bridge crew headed to a wild afterparty at Capo Supper Club several miles away in Southie - where yet another packed house of fans greeted them and were gifted free cases of all three flavors of Loverboy.
The night was captured by director Alexander Mazzei. See the visuals below.