Elevate St Tropez showed exactly what a premium experience party should be all about – great vibes, sweet music, and free drinks to last the whole night long. It was Saturday on the grounds of Pirate’s Cove, Daiquiri Beach, where the stage was set for hundreds of patrons to enjoy one of the most highly anticipated Crop Over events.
Though the doors opened around the 9 p.m. slated time, most of the partygoers strolled in closer to 11 p.m., in typical Barbadian fashion. However, what they arrived to was a beautiful scene with an impressive array of lights and individually adorned tents which served a variety of alcoholic beverages and small delicacies to keep patrons well fueled up.
Rain threatened only for a brief moment, but, overall, the weather was right for the occasion. For this inclusive event, outfits ranged from colourful beachwear to racy, yet elegant dresses.
Some of the island’s best DJs such as Salt, Don, Bubbles, Evolution and Hutchy and Sizz were in attendance. These artistes made sure the vibes kept flowing throughout the event. On the tracklist – hit songs from the ever-popular Trinidad Carnival held earlier this year, to the most recent songs released for this Crop Over season in Barbados.
The crowd was in full sync, jamming to all the biggest hits and showing no signs of growing tired as the hours progressed.
Trinidadian artist Sekon Sta, no stranger to the Barbadian music scene, appeared on stage later in the night and pumped a new burst of energy into the crowd which went crazy over his popular Aye Yo song. The crowd chimed in and sang along with his biggest hits.
Marzille was also there to keep the sweet songs pumping with his 2018 selections Roughness and Break it.
Elevate St Tropez was another success this year, with partygoers now ready to see what else this Crop Over season has to offer. (SB)