Wednesday, June 16, 2010


Tabu Nights came right at a time when patrons where hungry for party solutions

(A.I.M Inc.): After just two weeks, the most recent production by the promoters from A.I.M Entertainment has found its way into the hearts of the ‘mid-week ravers’ of Kingston looking to get their fix on Thursday Nights.

Tabu Nights came right at a time when patrons where hungry for party solutions following an atmosphere that was tense after a military led man hunt for alleged Drug lord; Christopher ‘Dudus’ Coke which left Kingston and surrounding areas under a Government imposed State of Emergency. Quite like a ray of hope Tabu Nights got off to a start on the weekend immediately following what has become the ‘series of unfortunate events’. The series presented not only good clean entertainment but also fun filled themes that have found great favor with the patrons that have partaken thus far.

The weeks that have past has seen selections from some of the industry’s most sort after selectors, from the Resident Dj’s – Code Red to Dj Narity and Dj Ash to name a few. The themes have been centered around the seductive colour RED and the ever sexy Short shorts and skirts. The later being called Eye Candy was paired with a treat of complimentary lollipops for the female patrons and judging by the smiles on their faces it was well received.

This week (June 17th) will see Tabu Nights rolling out the red carpet for the greatest show on earth – The World Cup with ‘Futbol Feva’. With all the energy and excitement surrounding the World Cup, the vibe will be extended within the walls of Escape 24/7 for this third week of the series. Patrons are encouraged to represent their teams and wear their respective jerseys and enjoy musical selections by the dynamic residents – Code Red joined by Dj Charm and X-Factor.

Tabu Nights continues to enjoy praises by the patrons who have attended not only because of its entertainment value but its value for money. The Tabu Bar boasts 2-4-1 mixed drink specials for only $200, Ladies enter charge free until 12am, College Students pay $300 until 12am and General Admission is $500.

With events like Tabu Nights and others, patrons can continue to look forward to nothing less than an eventful summer and more ‘mid-week raving’.

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