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Club May Daze starts tonight! Series kicks off with 'Anything But Clothes' party at Quad


An idea of what the May Daze themed, 'Anything but Clothes' party can expect. - Contributed

Arguably, one of Kingston's most-anticipated party series, May Daze kicks off its seventh staging at the Quad tonight for a month of fun, frolic and fantasy.

The event, which has proven itself to be consistent with producing a high-energy party vibe, along with fun and creative themes, has already been creating much hype on social media with the opening theme entitled A.B.C., - 'Anything But Clothes'.

"It's not really a new theme, although it quite possibly might be new to Jamaica", says promoter Dwayne Harris, "But in Europe and America, A.B.C., parties are really popular."

The concept of an 'Anything But Clothes Party' is actually creating outfits using unusual items such as newspaper, plastic bags, garbage bags, cardboard boxes and so on, while trying to maintain a keen sense of fashion and style.

"The ultimate thing is fun; that is what May Daze is known for, thinking outside the box (pause) literally", Harris explained. There is no doubt that this is about fun and we are certainly looking to see what patrons will be wearing tonight.

high-energy music

For the rest of the month promoters promise even more exciting themes, high-energy music and lots of surprises every Friday in the month of May.

With themes like Short Temper 'The Ultimate Short Shorts Party', Juvenile D'linkuentz 'School Uniform Party', Glow in the Dark 'The UV Paint Rave' and Flutes & Suits 'The Black Tie Finale', it is clear that patrons are in for an exciting, fun-filled ride on the May Daze Fantasy Fridays tour.

Another first for May Daze is that it will be held indoors for the first time in its seven years of existence and is now referred to as Club May Daze held.

Promoters attribute the change to just giving patrons a different May Daze experience. "We wanted to give our patrons yet another experience. Being in this business for so long teaches you that you have to continuously be reinventing your product. Patrons appreciate that and it allows them to grow with the event and also attract new patrons to the event", said promoter Stephen Willie.

To add to the list of firsts, May Daze will also be having an Electronic Dance Music (E.D.M) night, infusing dancehall and soca along with glow paint in a bid to give patrons a real club rave experience.

As usual in true May Daze fashion, females are free before midnight and prizes and giveaways for patrons who follow the weekly themes.

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