VP backs BRT Weekend

Saturday, September 15, 2018

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Beach Road Trip (BRT) Weekend - the Caribbean tour party, continues at Cabrillo Beach in Los Angeles, United States, this weekend and renowned record label VP Records is a major sponsor of the festival.

The BRT lineup features the best of soca and dancehall with Bunji Garlin and Alkaline. Special invited ambassador, dancer Marvin The Beast will be there to capture all of the moments for his impressive Instagram following. The event wouldn't be complete without a host of special celebrity DJs.

This weekend's parties and events kicked off on Thursday with a warm-up event. Yesterday's activities included a welcome check-in Party and The V Maui Wowi Bonfire where Alkaline was set to perform. Today's fare includes the Xtreme Wet N' Wild Party with a performance by Bunji Garlin and the VP Records branded/sponsored BRT Glow Eruption.

For tomorow's final day the curtains come down with the Jouvert Breakfast Party and the BRT All White Grand Finale. For those who want to keep the fun going well into the morning hours, there will be after parties held every night at various LA venues.

The 2018 BRT Weekend 2018 tour continues in the Florida Keys from November 1 to 4. The tour will also to the Turks and Caicos Islands for the first time during Martin Luther King Weekend 2019 — January 18-21.

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