Wednesday, July 24, 2024

Island Invasion Easter Bash rocks Fido’s Courtyard


King of the Island Promotions’ Island Invasion did it again, bringing the party atmosphere to Fido’s Courtyard for the 3rd installment of their Easter Bash. With a crowd of close to 300, Island Invasion kicked off the party on Friday, April 18th. But the party really “tun ove” on Saturday, April 19th, with over 800 patrons enjoying the rhythms and tunes of some of Belize’s premier DJs. Spinning the best of club, house, dancehall, reggae and pop music was Fyah Statah Sounds (Selecta Ras and DJ Jaro), Tagg International Sounds (DJ Kris and DJ Jago), Air Invasion Sounds (DJ Trilla Man and DJ Biggz), Blue Wave Sounds (DJ Julian), and Evolution Sounds (DJ K-Mix and DJ Pinky).
2014 Island Invasion-5With a general admission of $10 before midnight and $15 after, the crowd flooded the gates from early; of course many opted for the exclusive VIP admission on the second flood for $30. Fido’s transformed into a club for the event, as party goers reveled until the wee hours of the next morning. It wouldn’t be an Easter Bash without a few cocktail and beers. Thankfully the bartenders at Fido’s were well stocked and prepared to satisfy the crowd. It was definitely the place to be for the weekend.

King of the Island Promotions would like to thank everyone who came out to support the event and of course, special thanks go out to all sponsors who made the event a success: Cuello’s Distillery, Belikin Beer, Caye Caulker Water Taxi, Banana Beach Resort, Fido’s Court Yard, Glamour Junkie Belize, Halliday Imports, Tropic Air, The Reef Radio, Ambergris Today, Coral Cable Vision, Smart, LC Distributors, Platinum Hookahs and The San Pedro Sun.

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