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February 22, 2014
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Container Satdazs celebrates Black History Month

Magnum Container Satdazs will play its part in celebrating Black History Month by staging their 'Jamaica Colours Affair' at tonight's event at Gee Wee Car Park, 1A Caledonia Avenue, across from Up Park Camp.

Promoter Ian Miles says he sees it fit to do so with his party theme as the brand Jamaica is worldwide, so he is just joining in on the celebration and honouring our beloved country. He said Jamaica still have a lot to be proud of despite the negativity that some people tend to highlight.

Magnum Container Satdazs will also be launching its CIP Cards - Container Important Person.

There will be three types of CIP Cards - gold, silver and platinum. These cards will allow the cardholder entry into any Magnum Container Satdazs events free of cost along with the number of guests indicated on their cards.

A silver CIP cardholder is allowed entry with two guests, the gold CIP cardholder is allowed entry with three guests, plus access to the CIP stages, and the platinum CIP card holder is allowed entry along with six guests and access to the CIP stages.

Fans are encouraged to come out early tonight for a lucky chance at obtaining such a CIP Card. In addition to the entertainment are Magnum bucket deals, Wray and Nephew White Rum and Red Bull specials. There will also be a lot of giveaways by the sponsors.

Events under the Magnum Container Satdazs production are Container Boss Birthday Party called 'Floss To Be A Boss', Magnum Container Drinks Inclusive Beach Party, Magnum Container Satdazs Pool Party, Magnum Container Satdazs Anniversary, Container Satdazs Meets Insane Satdehz and Magnum Container Satdazs Boatride.

Magnum Container Satdazs will also be doing its first road tour in July of this year in Ocho Rios.

Entertainment will be provided by Goddess Int'l, Flabba Dabba and Mixplosion. Ladies are free before midnight, general admission is $300. Females can also enjoy a two-for-one special after midnight which is only $500. The event will begin at 8 p.m. and ends at 2 a.m.

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