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December 16, 2013
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Mountain of excitement for 'Xtremely Wet'

Arantes Jackson (left) and Ranford Pinnock. - Contributed

It's just only a few days away from the start of what is expected to be one of the biggest Wata party in 2013, and organisers Arantes Jackson and Ranford Pinnock have both professed to be ready and raving.

The event is set to take place on December 26 inside Oneil's Place car park, which is located at 33 Hagley Park Road, St Andrew.

A mountain of excitement is being promised to the expected patrons who, according to both promoters, have been flooding their inboxes with eager messages as the countdown continues.

The highly anticipated wet T-shirt competition will give females an opportunity to win cash and prizes for the wettest and most appealing T-shirt.

Already, the 'early-birds' tickets are running out with only a limited amount remaining at D'trends for $500, where patrons can drink free all night for this purchase.

Jackson, founder of promotional company Sure Advertising Agency, said more than 2,500 patrons have already been confirmed for the event with a host of others queuing up.

"Top-class finger food and drinks will be available at the VIP section for $1,500 only. I am very excited at the moment because a lot of people have been asking for their early-bird tickets, sometimes late in the nights friends are coming to my house to purchase tickets. To think that we already have over 2,500 confirmed patrons for the event is a great achievement in itself, and we expect the numbers to go up significantly," he said.

Xtremely Wet is being sponsored mainly by Red Bull and other brands such as Rumfire Rum, Hampden Gold Rum and Romeich Wear. The event's other main attraction includes a VIP sky deck area, a gigantic water slide, mechanical bull, foam pits and an all-night skittles blast.

Music will come from the likes of DJ Flabba Dabba, Kurt D Flurt, Ali Patch, Laing D, Sun City Radio's SJ Mario and May Pen's finest, Sir Toxik. Patrons without early-bird tickets are being asked to pay $1,000 at the gate.

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