Revellers with plans to jump with Colorz Entertainment Foreday Mornin’ band this year need to make haste and register.
Director of the band Bryan Worrell told Bajan Vibes this is because they have reduced the numbers they are catering to and now they are more than a quarter full already for the August 3 jam.
The numbers, he stated, were not reduced because of lack of sponsorship since due to the band’s popularity it was not an issue, but as a result of feedback from patrons. He said many patrons complained the band was too big so they lowered the numbers to 800 to make the jump more comfortable and enjoyable to the devoted.†The 11-year-old band was launched last Saturday night at Carlisle House Garden in the City and its theme this year is Jamology.
There are four sections for women: Bacchanalist which is red, Wineing Specialist- yellow, Ready to F-green and Powda is white. The men are not left out and they have two sections: Jammin In iBand and Free Wuk-ups.
As well as guaranteeing “the best time of your life” at a “very affordable” price Colorz’s package included: pre jump party, premium drinks, very tight security, breakfast, bandannas, whistles, mugs,† paint, powder, fog, two music trucks, two drinks trucks as well as “surprises on the road”.
“Foreday Mornin’ has grown from what it was perceived as, something dangerous, to something enjoyable … it is something worth doing – you only live once. I am interested in the growth of the event and that is what we have been trying to do over the years so it doesn’t matter if you jump with me or another band,” said Worrell as he encouraged people to sign up.
Interested persons can register online at www.colorzent.com/register or at Material Things in City Centre Mall in Bridgetown. (KC)
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