Dirty Desires tries to be different
Curtis Campbell, Gleaner Writer
Local parties have basically exhausted almost any concept one can think of, however, new promotion company Allure Models and event organisers Dream Chasers Entertainment are determined to raise the bar with Dirty Desires and Sinful Tendencies.
The event will be executed at Montego Bay Hip Strip at Zinc Shack on November 9.
According to Dray Allure, the promoter of the event, the team is aiming for difference.
"We are aiming for something new, and from you hear the name of this event, you should figure that this is going to be different from the average events that you are accustomed to. This is not something you will experience at a regular party," Dray said.
While the promoters of Dirty Desires commiserate with those who have suffered losses during the passage of Hurricane Sandy, they are happy western Jamaica was spared.
"The storm did not affect us down this side of the country; it was like any regular cold front. So the party will definitely go as planned. We didn't lose electricity for more than two hours and basically no planning has been hampered, we are just waiting on the day to come," said Dray.
The promoter stressed on the strong female pull factor of the event and said special deals will be available to women.
"The ladies will be very sexy on the night, plus we have our promotional ladies who will wear lingerie and we have specials for all ladies. We have free Jell-O and gummy bear shots on entry for ladies and we will also have some special drink mixes at reasonable prices. The drinks will all be named in accordance with the theme. Some of those names cannot be mentioned here of course," Dray laughed.
The event will commence at 9 p.m. and is slated to end at 2 a.m.
DJs booked to deliver the sinful musical pleasure to party goers include DJ Tippy, DJ Jigga and DJ Absolute.
"In this side of the country, that is a top line-up of DJs," The western promoter said.
As it relates to security, Dray Allure told Inside The Party that the venue will be protected by police personnel as well as specially-hired bouncers.
"Promotions are going well and even people from Kingston have expressed that they want to be a part of the event. As a new promotions company, we want to evoke difference and make our name relevant as standard bearers," he said.