‘All Fired Up’ makes a Trinidadian Independence Weekend Return
After its explosive introduction last year to the All-Inclusive arena, the event known as “All Fired Up” returns to appease the needs of the premium partying public.
The 2011 edition of this all-inclusive fete experience is aptly entitled “All Fired Up – De Return” and takes place on Saturday 27th August, 2011, at the deluxe venue “The Sanctuary”, #39 Windsor Road, Valsayn. This event is geared to be the perfect occasion for Trinbagonians to celebrate the 49th anniversary of Trinidad and Tobago’s Independence as well as to give hard working professionals and partiers alike one last chance to let loose before having to once again face the stresses of back to school traffic.
Promoters of the fete, Industrial Plant Services Limited (IPSL) Sports Club previously held it at the San Fernando Hill with the goal of raising funds to assist various causes within and around central T&T and environs. For 2011, the Point Lisas based organization has stepped up the standard of their event and promises nothing short of superb food and beverage offerings, first class music, and an exuberant, exclusive crowd set in a location which is synonymous for memorable, top quality parties.
The $400 ‘All fired Up’ all-inclusive experience will feature delectable cross-culture cuisine, premium drink selections (including specialty cocktails) and music from top local DJs.
Patrons will be also be treated to live entertainment by fete favourites Imij and Company, a guest appearance from the ‘Saucy’ one herself Denise Belfon as well as sweet steelband music.
Last year’s fete attracted a unique variety of the young and ‘young at heart’ including local party connoisseurs, university graduates and professionals in the energy sector. Several of the 2010 patrons have described the festive environment as the perfect atmosphere for those wishing to network, mingle and socialize while enjoying the very best in local luxury.
If this is any indication of what is to come in this year’s event, then it is safe to say that the 2011 attendees are in store for a sizzling summer soiree.