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DJ Trilla brings in birthday Island Invasion-Style

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King of the Island Promotions reignited the party atmosphere in San Pedro once again with DJTrilla’s Birthday Bash “Island Invasion” style. Held inside Fido’s Court Yard on Saturday, November 30th, Belize’s premier DJs shared one stage bringing the best of club, house, dancehall, reggae and pop music. Music entertainment included FyahStatah Sounds (Selecta Ras and DJ Jaro), Evolution Sounds (DJ K-Mix and DJ Pinky), Air Invasion Sounds (DJ Trilla Man and DJ Biggz), Sovereign Sounds (DJ Hypastatic and DJ Bug Jess) and Blue Wave Sounds (DJ Julian).

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The crowd flooded the event gates, which was opened with a general admission of $10.00 before 1AM and $15.00 after.Several opted for VIP admission of $25.00 and took the party to the second floor of Fido’s. It was surely a spectacular night as the dance went on until the wee hours on Sunday morning. Of course the drinks were also flowing, whether it was a cold beer or a cocktail prepared by the skillful bartenders of Fido’s. There were also several giveaways and even a small dance competition which kept the crowd entertained throughout the  night.
King of the Island Promotions would like to thank everyone who came out to support the event. Special thanks goes out to all sponsors who made the event a success. Sponsors include: Cuello’s Distillery, Belikin, Caye Caulker Water Taxi, Banana Beach Resort, Fido’s Court Yard, Tomas Gongora Photography, Glamour Junkie Belize, Halliday Imports, Tropic Air, The Reef Radio, Ambergris Today, Coral Cable Vision, Caribbean Queen, Island Adventures Golf Cart Rental, and The San Pedro Sun. Happy birthday Brian “Trillaman” Halliday!

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