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All set for ‘September 2 Remember’ Spring Break fever!

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PRESS RELEASE – In just its 2nd year, September 2 Remember or S2R as it has now been christened by party goers is catching fire! Entering the month of September, which the event has claimed, the anticipation has skyrocketed.

Early bird tickets hit the ticket outlets September 02nd and have been selling out. “It’s almost a bit overwhelming” said the event promoter of Red Ink events.

“Persons are fully immersed and engaged on Facebook and Instagram, tickets sold out last year, and from the looks of things, this trend will remain.”

The event is slated for Saturday 26th September at Sammaans Park from 2pm. S2R has locked off and confirmed all key aspects. Gracing the stage this year will be returning DJs Hollywood HP, Sir Lancealot, DJ Yellow and DJ Rufus.

New additions Hyper D and Mega B are explosive power houses and promise to make the year even better. The event hosted by DJ Redz rounds off the party with DJ Chubby to form team “No Sleep”.

Live performances by some exciting newcomers that captured and solidified their place during this year’s carnival season, namely Imran Nerdy, Mysterio&Shemmy J will keep the party pumping.

The party would not be complete without the 20 bikini models that will be steaming up the stage, making it truly, a September to remember.

For more information email [email protected] or stay connected on Facebook event “September 2 Remember.”Or Redinkevents on Instagram.

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