Ocho Rios is party central this weekend

Thursday, April 05, 2012

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PARTYGOERS heading to Ocho Rios this Easter weekend can expect a slew of themed fetes. The line-up of themed fetes includes bunnies, a luau, a Japanese celebration and some wild rapids.


The weekend kicks off on Good Friday with Chocolate Bunnies at Margaritaville. Dancehall personality Chi Ching Ching will host, and featured deejays will include DJ Smurf, ZJ Chrome and Renaissance Disco, just to name a few.


Come Saturday, April 7 it will be Rapids Brazilian Bikini Edition at Pearly Beach. This party is set to feature two-for-one Kirov specials all night and music by Code Red and Supa Hype.


This Saturday will also be the popular paint fest Beach J'ouvert taking over the sands of James Bond Beach in Oracabessa. Trinidad and Tobago's soca prince Machel Montano is billed for the event along with fellow Trini, Patrice Roberts.


On Easter Sunday the party then moves to the Roaring River Great House for Appleton Luau, and the Dunn's River Falls Park for Kampai.


Luau will feature the sounds of Chromatic, Coppershot, ZJ Bambino and DJ Karyzma.


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