Soca Salsa Comes To Town

The Star (St. Lucia) - - ENTERTAINMENT -

If there is one thing that Saint Lu­cians and vis­i­tors to the Saint Lucia Jazz and Arts Fes­ti­val crave more than any­thing else . . . It’s a party! And peo­ple should not put away their danc­ing shoes or party dresses just be­cause it’s Jazz, as the hottest party in Rod­ney Bay is go­ing to be in full swing come May 5th 2016 - so say Kairi FM or­ga­niz­ers of the event ‘Latin Heat meets the Burn­ing Flames’.

The venue will be the John­son’s Cen­tre which is spa­cious and per­fect for danc­ing. The mu­sic, which will flow from a bom­bas­tic sound sys­tem, will fea­ture a plethora of Latin tracks with DJ The Salsa Queen play­ing fa­mil­iar Latin tracks to get all down on the floor.

Whether you want to hang out, un­du­late your hips, dance, get down and sweaty to Bachata, Meringue, Cha Cha, Salsa and Salsa-Soca mu­sic or get pumped up for the up­com­ing per­for­mance of the Jazz Fes­ti­val head­liner Mark An­thony, vis­i­tors and res­i­dents alike will en­joy pure fun.

Later in the evening pa­trons will jam with Saint Lu­cian ac­tion per­form­ers Mong­ster and Ezra de Fun Ma­chine along­side the jam band DYP. Then the main at­trac­tion of the night: The Fan­tas­tic Four - De Orig­i­nal Burn­ing Flames will de­liver their string of in­fec­tious hits in­flu­enced by Raga, Funk, Reg­gae Ca­lypso, Zouk and Salsa of the 80s till present day - songs like YahYah, Swing En­gine, Mash It Up, Ma­gi­cian, De Wetta De Betta, and the ever pop­u­lar Workey Workey.

Ad­vance tick­ets are $50, or you pay more at the door, with a VIP ex­pe­ri­ence at $150.

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