Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Party Fans Get Loud At Stir It Up

One of the island’s high energy retro parties, Stir It Up, is set to kick it up a notch on Saturday March 26 at the Go Cart Track, Palisadoes, as the hugely popular event will be celebrating its 10th anniversary.

The theme for Saturday’s party is “Let’s Get Loud” and that is what party promoter Desmond “Hard Ears” Steele is expecting patrons to do. “We decided to take the party out of Kingston and bring it to Palisadoes because we want our patrons to get loud and party hard without any disturbance, because it’s our 10th anniversary we also want everyone to come out and dress special for this momentous occasion.”

Steele added that there will be a lot of first at the latest staging of “Stir It Up” which will have something for everyone to enjoy. “For the first time Stir it up will be food inclusive as we strive to make our patrons comfortable and have a wonderful experience as is synonymous with a “Stir it Up” retro party.”

Females will also get an extra hour to enter free of charge as the extended time limit has moved from 11pm to midnight. The men will also benefit, they can bring three Lucozade labels and get twenty five percent off the price of admission.

Fame Frat members get a fifty percent discount of the admission price which is $700 pre-sold and $1000 at the gate.

The promoters have pulled out all the stops in providing red carpet treatment for patrons and have also set up a VIP lounge for a special celebrity guest.

As part of the 10th anniversary celebrations, the promoters have decided to go for the DJ’s who played at the very first “Stir It Up” that was held at the Congo Grill on Hope Road back in 2001. DJ Arif Cooper, Kurt Riley and Renaissance Disco will be dropping the hits of the 80’s and 90’s.

Stir It Up “Let’s Get Loud” is sponsored by Appleton Jamaica Rum, Lucozade and Tru-Juice and is will be held on Saturday March 26 at the Palisadoes Go Kart Track. Admission is $700 pre-sold and $1000 at the gate.

1 comment:

cocobrown.31 said...

it was the beat ever and it was my birthday the next day