Deejay Warren “Willy Chin” – who is described as one of the most dynamic forces in music today, consistently bridging the gap between Caribbean music and other genres around the world – and Prince Chillz will bring the international flavor to K.O. Productions’ Blackout 2019’s mainstage which has morphed from an all-black affair into a black and white theme.
“We chose [a black and white theme] to give Blackout a different flair, and to give our patrons a new experience to Blackout as they know it,” said Jayde Knowles, K.O. Productions public relations officer.
“Our loyal party-goers have been asking us to spice up the event a bit. That black was getting too bland [and] of course, we aim to please, therefore we included an all-white aspect to the dress code – or a black and white mix, if you so choose, with the option to still wear all black being available,” said Knowles.
Blackout will be held Saturday, December 28 at the Thomas A. Robinson National Stadium’s courtyard. Doors open at 7 p.m.
Along with Willy Chin and Prince Chillz, the party will feature local deejays – Tank, DJ A.I., Bravo, DJ Fresh, Unruly AJ, Xtra Large, Supa Mario and Dj Chelo, Tiko T, Giggy Fyah and Selector Fawteen.
Knowles describes “Blackout” as the leading end-of-year Christmas party.
“Not only is it more than a party, but an experience that you never forget and leaves you wanting more. It’s pure vibes that only K.O. Productions along with BTC knows how to bring. It’s the party of the year – one you have to experience for yourself,” she said.
The party will also be sectioned this year in a new twist. The new white room in which ‘90s music will be the order of the night will allow patrons full access to all areas of the party as well as free top shelf drinks until 10 p.m.; individual lounge tickets are also to be had. The courtyard, which will encompass the main floor, is $25 with free drinks from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m; patrons in the table lounge section will get three tickets and two bottles.