T&T’s Nuphoric for Heineken Rio

Saturday, April 26, 2014    

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TRINIDAD DJ duo, Patrick Alexis and Ryan 'DJ Mr Panks' Pankar of Nuphoric will be the guest act at the carnival-themed party Heineken Rio at Heineken Keg on Waterloo Road, St Andrew, on Sunday.

Alexis said they are looking forward to bringing the best combination of music and hype to make Heineken Rio the best road march party.

"We create a balance in our delivery from our opposite energies. Mr Pank's clean precise delivery of music is complemented by my hype energy," he told the Jamaica Observer.

"This energy comes directly from music and the desire to really allow party people to forget all the problems and just let the music set them free. On the mic I get to express myself in the music," he added.

The event will feature a Heineken viewing deck, a chill/cool out zone, a mobile spa, and food on sale until 8:00 pm. Admission is $1,000. However, persons with valid Bacchanal Road March armbands will be able to enter the

venue free.

Nasha Douglas, brand manager Heineken, said that the brand is all about creating amazing and signature experiences for consumers.

"Bringing Nuphoric back to Jamaica is one way of ensuring that all road revellers have a great time," she said.





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