It's a Bizot!

Published: Friday | June 14, 2013 Comments 0
The trio (from left) Natalie Spence, Juan Pedro Schmid and Naomi Garrick enjoyed the fab offerings at the last staging of the Bizot Party at GoldenEye Hotel.
The trio (from left) Natalie Spence, Juan Pedro Schmid and Naomi Garrick enjoyed the fab offerings at the last staging of the Bizot Party at GoldenEye Hotel.
Out to party at the last Bizot Party were Drew Brennan, Justine Henzell, Carlo Less, Storm Saulter and Sez-I, who paused for a moment to to smile for our lens. - Contributed Photos
Out to party at the last Bizot Party were Drew Brennan, Justine Henzell, Carlo Less, Storm Saulter and Sez-I, who paused for a moment to to smile for our lens. - Contributed Photos

Following the unprecedented success of the first Bizot Party, GoldenEye Hotel & Resort's Bizot Bar is hosting its second annual event to celebrate the life of French counter-culture connoisseur, Jean-Francois Bizot. Bizot was the founder and owner of the Paris-based radio station Radio Nova, the namesake of GoldenEye's beach side bar and the radio station that provides the tunes heard day and night from this popular hotspot.

Legendary radio station, Radio Nova, will host live radio interviews with French and Jamaican musicians, bringing a fusion of culture to the people of Paris. Guests attending Bizot Party will enjoy vibes and music from The Courtney John Project, Tyrand Sound System, Radio Nova and No-Maddz.

Partygoers will enjoy a full spread of delicious local cuisine such as, 'Drum Pan' grill jerk chicken, curried goat and escoveitch fish. Blackwell Rum will shake up signature cocktails such as The GoldenEye Punch and Bizot Rum Punch. Food, drink and entertainment are all included in the JA $8,000 ticket price.

From 2 p.m. on June 15, Jamaica and France will come together to celebrate Jean-Francois Bizot in chic style with the best vibes, mouth-watering BBQ, delectable cocktails, a fusion of French and Jamaican culture, entertainment, and good times.




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