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July 26, 2014
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Promoter promises no shortage at water party

Despite the water shortage facing the island, promoter Desmond Steele has promised that there will be more than enough of the precious commodity to cool down hot patrons at Wet Dreams tomorrow.

Steele says he understands the constraints facing the country, but he promises that the water will not be taken from the National Water Commission.

"We have four water trucks and our water is coming from the Rio Cobre. The promoters have to identify where they are getting their water from. When we went for the permit, we were drilled on that. So we won't be short on that," Steele told THE STAR, noting that the event will be held at D'Entrance on Constant Spring Road and will begin at 2 p.m.

He also promised an abundance of entertainment from acts like I-Octane and Gage, as well as selectors ZJ Liquid, Chromatic, Coppershot, Stone Love, and Rebel T. Tickets cost $1,000 before 6 p.m. and $1,500 after, while women are two-for-one before 6 p.m.

"The decor will be like you are at Negril on a beach. You can drink anything you want, but drink responsibly. There will also be a pool there for persons who want to go in the pool. This promises to be one of the wettest water parties in the summer," he said, adding that there is also a dry area.

-Sadeke Brooks

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