B4 Heroes' Weekend Cooler Fete


B4 Heroes' Weekend Cooler Fete

Friday, October 11, 2019

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As a precursor to National Heroes' weekend (October 19-21), promoters of B4 Heroes' Weekend Cooler Fete have promised patrons an exciting time. Scheduled for tomorrow evening at The Courtyard, Campion College, it will feature musical juggling courtesy of DJ Laing D, DJ Nicco, and DJ Spinn.

“The concept of the event is a high-energy cooler fete. We are catering to the millennials, but not completely exclusive. We also target older and younger working professionals,” said co-promoter Romone Robinson. “The theme for this staging is 'Ladies' Night' so there will be a lot of songs for the ladies, so the females can come out and party.”

This is the third staging of Heroes, Weekend Cooler Fete, which is sponsored by Wray & Nephew White Overproof Rum. Previously, it was held at Hope Gardens.

Robinson is part of a four-member team that also promotes B4 Carnival.

— Kevin Jackson

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