Bacchanal to serve Rum for Breakfast

Friday, March 16, 2018

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The temperature will be high tomorrow morning at the Hope Zoo in St Andrew as Bacchanal Jamaica will serve up Rum for Breakfast.

Teamed with the music of soca stars DJ Private Ryan, Patrick the Hype Man, and DJ Cruise it is a must-attend event for soca fans.

“We are really pumped about this coming event,” says Nicholas Franklin, Bacchanal Jamaica director. “Soca revellers love to party in the mornings. There is something special about partying at dawn and watching the day come alive. It is especially fabulous when the music is pulsing, the food is delicious and the drinks flowing. It is also a reminder of jouvert which is always a favourite with our fans. This is why we have introduced this experience into our mix of events.”

DJ Private Ryan, one of the hottest DJs out of Trinidad, started his career playing for house parties while still in high school. By the time he was 16, he was the resident DJ at the then popular Base Nightclub in Chaguaramos. Private Ryan has been named Caribbean DJ of the Year and was also nominated for the title International DJ of the Year by the Global Spin Awards in the USA.

“At Rum for Breakfast Private Ryan will be working with Patrick the Hype Man. Formerly with Nuphoric, Patrick went solo last year and continues to be in great demand. Patrick is well-known and loved by Bacchanal Jamaica fans as he keeps the vibes at fever pitch,” said Michael Ammar III.

The high-energy DJ Cruise will be bringing his special flavour to the Saturday morning fete. His musical selection includes hip-hop, soca, dancehall, reggaeton and reggae.

“Rum for Breakfast is all-inclusive and will be the ultimate carnival experience. You definitely don't want to miss this one,” said Charmaine Franklin. “The venue, music, food and liquor is an unbeatable combination. Our breakfast menu is chockful of tasty dishes. Start the day right and join the Bacchanal Crew at Serengeti, Hope Zoo. And, we urge our patrons to breakfast responsibly!”

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