Curtis Campbell, Gleaner Writer
Events coordinator Anju Big Links is gearing up to present his annual birthday celebration, Scorpion King. It will be held at Club Enbloc, Chelsea Avenue, New Kingston, on November 16, with Bishop Escobar, Team Curve, and Patrick Links doing hosting duties.
"I have been hosting this event for a few years now, but this is the first time that I am taking it uptown. So it will definitely have a fresh feel, and more refined, but just as entertaining," Anju said.
Anju's party will be open to the public, with a general gate charge and a special deal for females. "This is a celebration, and I want everybody to come out and make it a night to remember. No segregation, just musical penetration and vibes," he said.
Admission to Scorpion King, The Birthday Bash, is $500 general and females will be admitted for the same price on a 2-4-1 deal. Gates open at 9 p.m.
The promoter said Scorpion King has a movie theme and emphasised that patrons should turn out looking like movie stars on the night. He promised the musical juggling will be rounded, so that each patron in attendance can have a sountrack to celebrate to.
"I want to be different with the selections, because I want all my supporters to leave pleased. This is a brand that I want to grow over the years, and happy patrons will always return. So my aim at this point is to make my event as fulfilling as possible, both for the purpose of my birthday and the satisfaction of the patrons," Anju said.
DJs booked to play at the event include DJ Chris Dymond, DJ No Limit, DJ Aggart Di Bandit, DJ Al Razor, and DJ Rhyme Up.
Security will be provided by a hired security firm. Club Enbloc also carries a designated parking area, and police personnel will be on location to see that order is maintained.
"You must be 18 years and older to drink. And remember, one love and peace always," Anju said.