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Community Notice: END OF SUMMER BEACH PARTY

Community 30 Sep, 2020 Follow News

Community Notice: END OF SUMMER BEACH PARTY

THE CAYMAN MUSIC & ENTERTAINMENT ASSOC. (CMEA) is hosting a covid - free end of summer beach party, this Saturday October 3rd at the Seven Mile Public Beach from 1PM till 11PM.

This event is free entry to the public and will feature the top Dj’s on the local scene …Steven King, Atom Skillz, Little John, Fross, Martino, Neil Sam, Sherriff, Domuneek, Chuck Taylor… and many more of your local favorites; all spinning a variety of musical tunes in their respective one hour slots. (Hourly Dj schedule can be found on Facebook page Cayman Music and Entertainment Assoc.)

“Come out and give thanks for our many blessings, dance under the stars with your friends and just celebrate life and the full moon,” said CMEA President Jeán – Eric Smith.” Most people save all year to vacation where we live… and more than often take for granted. When was the last time you enjoyed a sunset on the beach?”

“We want to encourage the public to come out and socialize together, let's revive the local entertainment sector like it used to be. We are aware that there are many among us who have become unhealthily accustomed to the isolation and it's time to change that norm.”

Mr. Smith noted that the End of Summer cooler style fete is also a networking opportunity for the local Djs to showcase their abilities to potential clients for much needed work.

This is a family friendly event and though persons are encouraged to pack their own picnic baskets and coolers, refreshments will be on sale at the cash bar.


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