Fiesta in Ecstasy for Margaritaville MoBay

Fiesta in Ecstasy for Margaritaville MoBay

Thursday, May 17, 2018

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MONTEGO BAY, St James —Memorial Weekend celebrations are expected to move into high gear at Margaritaville Montego Bay with several international DJs, recording artistes and local industry players set to rub shoulders at Fiesta in Ecstasy on Saturday, May 26.

The inaugural staging is expected to attract over 500 international guests, including American recording artiste Phor from the VH1 reality show Black Ink Crew, as well as a host of celebrity DJs, such as DJ Craig D, Jay Illa and DJ Meek Love.

Tifa, Chromatic and DJ Crazy Neil, Alric and DJ Rusti will represent for Jamaica at the event, with American comedian T Murph handling hosting duties.

Andre Brown, nightclub manager at Margaritaville Montego Bay, explained the concept behind the party and the need for Jamaica to capitalise on Memorial Weekend activities.

“We saw in the marketplace where a number of North Americans travelled overseas for the weekend, and research has shown that entertainment was the deciding factor as to which destinations were chosen. We have great beaches, but no entertainment is specifically put in place for those visitors, so we decided to put together a great package that will eventually see us developing a highly anticipated weekend, and bringing even more visitors to our shores,” he explained.

“Each level of the property will feature its own unique entertainment on the night, Blue Beat Ultra Lounge, Margaritaville's main floor and upstairs, that way patrons can enjoy different offerings, but still be connected and get the best, all in one night.”

Doors will open at 9:00 pm, while admission is $1,500 pre-sold and $2,000 at the gate.

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