Dare to Rave promises high energy

Published: Friday | December 20, 2013 Comments 0
Ryno - File
Ryno - File
Matthew Mattic - Contributed
Matthew Mattic - Contributed
Venomus
Venomus

Today, Winnerz Circle is gearing up to invade the Harbour View Jerk Centre, St Andrew, with non-stop entertainment as 'Dare To Rave! - The High Energy Experience' heads to the popular venue.

The promoters are going all out to ensure a one-of-a-kind experience for patrons.

"This is the event that will kick-start the holiday season. School is out, so let the fun begin. It's only fair that after the stressful school days and as the holidays draw near that there's an avenue of distressing available. So this is it - Dare To Rave. As the tag line states, it's gonna be a high-energy experience," said Oshane Clair of the promotional team.

"We have good disc jocks who will bring the real rave feeling to the event, and we also have several guest entertainers and artistes who will be passing through the event - Ryno and Venomus (One Drop), to name a few. The bar will be stocked with liquor and there will also be free shots and liquor specials all night. So everyone should just come out and rave. This is going to be the place to be," Clair continued.

Admission to Dare To Rave is $300 for men and $200 for ladies.

The musical selections will be handled by Matthew Mattic, DJ Drizzle and DJ Murkuri, who are slated to deliver solid sets to patrons. Matthew Mattic, one of the most popular selectors on the eastern side of the capital, said he is eagerly anticipating the event.

"Dare To Rave is going be one of the hottest events for the season. It's definitely a winner. I'll be there and, as usual, I'll be providing a great musical atmosphere throughout the night to everybody who comes out to rave," he said.

This is the first staging of the event, and based on the feedback thus far, the promoters said they are confident that it will be successful.

 


 


 



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