On Jubilee Bank Holiday Weekend An all star DJ line up on a custom built festival site makes more the ultimate experience for music lovers. The event of the summer is back!
72 Hours of Non-Stop Partying!
Four Mega Events 20 Plus DJ’s 1 Awesome Weekend
This is a ticket only event!
Chae Campbell In a dynamic floor routine during the most recent collegiate gymnastics season, University of Minnesota sophomore Mya Hooten included a piece of choreography between tumbling passes — she pounded her chest and gave a Black Power salute. In a fun, flirty and original routine, she delivered a […] Click here to view original […]
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Joey B. was always a fan of music. Being a 80s baby and growing up in a Trinidadian household he had a special liking for the Calypso and Reggae vinyls his father would play on evenings. Peeking at album covers of the different artists as their songs played helped him become familiar and more interested in the role of a Disc Jockey. His older brother would bring home dancehall cassettes of soundsystems like King Waggy-T, Bodyguard and Afrique to name a few and they were accessible for his listening ears. 13 years old at the time and wanting to emulate what he heard on the cassettes he began hanging around family friends who had a dj console and a couple of speakers for parties. Joey began "MC-ing" and mixing records at different functions with friends and fell in love with the art quickly.Learn more
👑🔥 @itsdjsupreme 🔥👑 Saturday 11am -1pm Est Supreme has been heavy on the International and US caribbean circuit for the past several years, playing some of the top caribbean festivals and venues including Bahamas Carnival, Caribana (Toronto), Atlanta Carnival (Atlanta, GA), Labor Carnival (NYC), Miami Carnival (FL), and a host of club event in the towns traveled.Learn more
Born and raised in Washington, DC, his appreciation and passion for music started at a young age in the mid 90’s. Growing up in the church and to the birthplace of Go-Go music; he has always been fascinated with live music and the way performances made people dance and move. He started playing the drums for his church choir around the age of 12, then he became a member of a local DC Go-Go band.Learn more