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Plan B after Jazz party
If you are wondering what there is to do after experiencing John Legend’s performance on World Music Night on Friday at the Tobago Jazz Festival, Trini Style says it has a solution.
From midnight, Trini Style will host Plan B The After Jazz Breakfast Party experience, a stone’s throw away from the event at Drunken Joe’s at Crown Point.
Patrons who are not in possession of an official Jazz Festival car pass will be ushered to park at the Store Bay Car Park and the neighbouring THA-owned car park. And, after carefully studying the needs of the market, Trini Style concluded that it’s less hassle for patrons to leave their cars at the car parks, avoid the traffic, and access the venue mere seconds away to immediately begin the “Plan B” experience, it said in a news release.
The venue, strategically located in the heart of Crown Point, will be totally transformed with a poolside ambiance, LED lighting, a complimentary breakfast and music by a popular DJ.
Patrons will be treated to a red carpet entrance, two bars and an array of premium drinks, the news release said.
Trini Style said that “for too long Tobago has been starved for an alternative to the normal after-jazz events. Many of you are wary of the traffic leading out of the car parks to journey to various destinations across Tobago. Now you have this great opportunity to leave your cars parked and feel free to party.
“Hundreds of people flock to Tobago during this period to release stress, enjoy vacations and savour a true Jazz experience all in one. An after party is definitely what we will classify as a Plan B.”
Patrons will be accommodated on a first-come, first-serve basis. For tickets and more info: 750-6233, 724-5547, 785-1235.
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