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Progress Fridays to thrill

Friday, August 11, 2017

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THIS evening, the weekly party series Red Bull Progress Fridays continues with We Hate Being Sober at Caldwell Avenue in Duhaney Park, St Andrew.

The event is hosted by promoter/photographer Richard Lindo.

Speaking with Splash yesterday, Lindo said the party is expected to to be a hit and is perfect for any patron who wants to unwind after the hectic workweek.

“We are anticipating a huge turnout for this one. As usual, our focus is on the females, so they will be coming out in their tiniest outfits ever. It's the summer and we just want everyone to have a good time,” he said.

In addition to selections from resident deejay Gargamel, patrons will also be entertained by a few Red Bull promotional girls.

“This is the first time that the party is being held under the Progress Friday umbrella but this is actually the third staging of We Hate Being Sober. It gets better with this staging as the party is held at a centralised venue and a lot of promotion is being placed into it,” he said.

Red Bull Progress Friday is the brainchild of Blizz Entertainment promoters Damion Barnes, Miggale Grant, Lanzo Smith, and Valdihmir Service. Since it's inception in April, the weekly series has not only been incident-free, but in keeping with the Noise Abatement Act with a strict 2:00 am lock-off time.

— SML

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