Hits & Jams ‘Construction Party’ set for tomorrow night
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TOMORROW night, all roads lead to the National Racquet Centre, as there is nothing else bigger happening in the city tomorrow that is bigger than Hits and Jams Soca Construction Party.

Hits and Jams Entertainment Company has worked their way to becoming one of the leading companies in the entertainment industry. This year, the company is celebrating 20 years of existence, and has a plethora of events that will be executed to celebrate this huge milestone. Taking into consideration the company’s thousands of supporters both locally and internationally, several themed events, in the form of mega concerts, cooler fetes and pool parties will be launched.

This Soca Construction Party is a kick-start of the anniversary shenanigans, with the kind compliments of BK Construction Company.

Revellers can purchase general tickets for $2,000 at That Look Boutique. This event was hosted some years ago at popular night- life spot, Palm Court, and attracted a massive crowd. The return of the concept party is already building the excitement in patrons. Using their social media platforms, television and radio stations, the team at Hits and Jams has been keeping the people updated on what to expect come February 1. In keeping with the name, persons attending can dress as if they are at a construction site, since the location will be transformed to mimic that of a construction site as well. Patrons are being asked to take advantage of their exquisite décor for the best photo ops, and enjoy music vibes from their very own versatile boom deejays, including Gully Ras and Diamond, DJ Akelo, DJ Energy, Selector Carl, Mix Master Tony and Shizzle.

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