We’re Burning Up

Caribbean parties already have a reputation for being hot. Sexy women in scandalous outfits, island music that vibrates the speakers, and free-flowing cocktails are guaranteed every weekend at Krazy, the bash thrown by the Trini South Boyz at the Yage Bay Club. Tonight the party that attracts hundreds of Caribbean revelers from all corners of South Florida is turning up the heat. To celebrate DJ Walshy Killa’s birthday, the weekly jamdown is going to code red with the Fire Fete, a party that fans the flames of Trinidadian carnival with Jamaican dancehall sounds.

To continue the theme, the event will be hosted by Trinidad’s soca star Bunji Garlin, who also is known as the Fireman. Respected local reggae DJs Black Chiney and Lady Terror will spin the latest in dancehall music, while House Arrest, Bajan King, and Giselle D Wassi One will play pure soca. Attendees who wear red will pay only a dollar for admission before 12:30 a.m.
Fri., May 11
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