Campari Footloose tonight at Mas Camp
The usual party is expected at this evening's Footloose. (Photo: Orlando Young)

The promoters of Campari Footloose are promising non-stop dancing at its staging, tonight, at the Mas Camp, Stadium North.

"Patrons can expect the usual non-stop dancing, great vibes and deals all night," said promoter Tyrone Dixon of Broadway Productions.

Last year, Broadway Productions began working closely with title sponsor Campari. Dixon spoke about the association.

"It's been great working with Campari. Together we have made our brands even stronger through our partnership. Our event has grown, and our patrons are enjoying the Campari deals at each event," said Dixon.

As has become the norm with each staging of Campari Footloose, the DJs are kept secret until the night of the event.

Said Dixon "If you've been following Footloose long enough you know that's always our secret until the night of the event, but one thing's for sure we always have the best DJs."

Campari Footloose started in 2006. The event has grown exponentially since then.

"Over the years have grown from hundreds of patrons to thousands. Our market now spans across young adults to more mature adults, giving us a wide cross section and a larger reach," said Dixon.

— Kevin Jackson

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