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Friday, October 10, 2008

DREAM TEAM LAUNCHES “ONE”




The Dream Team Carnival events team is now ready for Carnival 2k9 with the launch of their exciting presentation “ONE” - Different cultures, One people, on Friday 10th October 2008 at the St. Johns Entertainment Centre, opposite the National Stadium, Wrightson Road, Port-of-Spain.

This launch will showcase the band’s twelve Carnival 2K9 costumed sections of the rich cultural depiction from China to India, to Africa to Europe, latin America to the Caribbean, and more, with each playing an integral part in the life of a Trini which no doubt makes us the unique and exciting people we are as “ONE”.

Communications Director for the band, Pat Garcia explains the shift for the launch to a Friday has to do with the fact that Friday is the most high energy day of a weekend, and as such the Dream Team thrust is to have a “party” and not just a launch. “The idea is to create the mood and ambience that Dream Team masqueraders are so fondly accustomed to on the road with a launch party that is unmatched for energy and entertainment” explained Garcia.

Dream Team Road DJs which include Associate Degree, Code 9, Tech, The Boom Champions, Cyberia Sounds and Crossfire International will be keeping patrons on their feet and partying into the morning. Special Guest artistes will climax the entertainment of what proposes a Friday filled with fun and entertainment.

Ms Garcia also explains that Dream Team has some exciting things in store for Carnival 2K9 that starts with each 2008 masquerader getting a complimentary to the band launch. There will also be drink specials right through the night. Garcia further advises that masqueraders should contact their section leaders or call 680-0076 and 756-2449 to collect their complimentary. Tickets are affordably priced at $80. advance, and can be obtained by calling the numbers above. The party starts at 9pm with costume display at 11.30pm. Students with IDs will all be allowed complimentary entry to the Dream Team band launch before 11pm.

Dream Team Bandleader, Paul Singh also revealed that by numerous requests Dream Team will be offering for Carnival 2K9, two sections which will cater for teenagers inclusive of a non alcoholic bar and special security. These specially priced sections will cater to students and teenagers between the ages 15 to 19 years old and will be subsidized by sponsors solicited for that special purpose.

“We have a lot more in store for 2009 masqueraders with the player benefiting tremendously for Carnival 2K9”, explains Ms Garcia. So don’t miss this special event as it promises to be a memorable one.

Dream Team Carnival is a fully inclusive band that proves without a doubt that Trinidad Carnival is “One Jammin’ Street Party”. For more information visit the Dream Team website at http://dreamteamtnt.com which will be fully loaded after the launch.
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