09 Jul Smirnoff Dream Week
Since being conceptualised in 2009, the Smirnoff Dream Weekend has become a staple on the entertainment calendar and an annual event that many patrons look forward to. This year, the event is poised to be even bigger. with a total of 11 major events including a live concert that kicked things off on Emancipation Day, August 1. The concert was in recognition of the work of famed DJ group and in celebration of its 18th anniversary. The party had billed performers like Beenie Man, Popcaan, Aidonia, Tommy Lee and others at Cayenne Beach, Negril.
Following the Dream Live Concert, the Beach Rave House Music Party is on tonight (Thursday, August 2), Igloo and Twisted Spiritz tomorrow (Friday, August 3), Daydreams and Yush on August 4, Extreme Wet and Wild, Dream Miami Jouvert and Beer Vibes on Sunday, August 5, then the closing Smirnoff Xclusive and Short Circuit on August 6.
For the past weeks, the anticipation has been growing and season bands have been selling quickly. The dream team and the world’s number-one vodka, Smirnoff, undertook a consumer promotion giveaway valued at $1M recently, appearing at various locations across the island giving away tickets to lucky participants.
“They are certainly making the experience worthwhile, it’s an event that I can’t allow myself to miss” a loyal Dreamer, Mark Kirland added.
“We’ve been paying keen attention to our patrons and their response to the events, they love the vibe. We’re also including Dream Miami J’Ouvert this year. Our partners in Miami have brought this experience down to Jamaica to deliver another exciting experience for the weekend. It’s all about our patrons, we deliver what they request,” Kamal Bankay one of the promoters assured.
“Dream Weekend is not just a series of events, it’s a lifestyle. Dream Entertainment Limited, the powerhouse behind the event, promises endless satisfaction and fun with improved shuttle service, vast and hassle-free bars and pulsating entertainment, all surrounded by a safe and secure 24-hour partying environment,” he ended.