High energy expected at 11:59

Saturday, December 23, 2017

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Promoters of the annual New Year's Eve party 11:59 are promising patrons a high-energy experience. The event is scheduled for Sunday, December 31, at the St Lucia Car Park in New Kingston.

“We are ready to deliver great music, a great set-up and décor like no other,” said Henry Braham of Black Water Entertainment, promoter of the event.

The event has been held annually since 2012.

“Since our first staging the party has evolved into being one of the biggest, hypest, and most anticipated events that patrons look forward to on the 31st of December each year,” Braham added.

Among the sound systems and disc jocks billed to provide the musical mayhem are Rebel Sound International (who will be celebrating its eighth anniversary at the event), DJ Malik, winner of the 2017 edition of the SunCity High School DJ competition, DJ Alley and DJ Mac.

Patrons can enjoy a variety of deals on drinks at the hassle-free, 50-foot bar all evening.

— Kevin Jackson




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