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Thursday, October 15, 2009

As Seen At Miami Carnival

It's the same costume..hmm.....interesting!

Miami Carnival Reveler


Harts Earth Crisis


2009 Miami Carnival - Super F.R.I.E.N.D.S.

Greeting peeps, Kermit here, bringing you coverage from the 2009 Miami Carnival party scene. After the cobo-sweat that was the Tribe party on Thursday night (too much man and too much lame music for most of the night) I headed to the Super F.R.I.E.N.D.S. fete on Friday night hoping to finally get my carnival started right.

I arrived around midnight to take advantage of their 2-for-1 drinks specials and found the club to be pretty much empty. No problemo. This fete was supposed to go until 5:00 a.m. and I wasn’t worried at all about people not showing up so I settled in at the bar and limed with the hottie bartender until the action heated up. The venue was almost ideal for this fete. The main dance floor was bordered on two sides by the VIP area which came in handy later on in the night when the main area became crowded since one could recline on a sofa or chair and chill while watching the winery taking place. The VIP experience also included a private lounge in the back which has its own bar and complementary food which included chicken, fried rice, and noodles. The food was tasty, hot, and plentiful and was very welcome later on in the night when hunger struck.

As the night progressed, the club filled with people ready to party and the DJs were more than happy to oblige with tunes that kept the masses hyped and moving. After roaming through and looking around the fete, what truly impressed me was the demographic that was represented here tonight. The partygoers ranged widely from young to not-so-young, short to real tall (ladies included), slim to nicely curved, and from hot to hotter (including the Carib Girls) while encompassing a wide variety of ethnicities. Everyone was here to have fun and despite our external differences we did not just become friends that Friday night, we became Super F.R.I.E.N.D.S.

By around 4:30 a.m. the party had thinned out somewhat and I decided to call it a night and get some rest for the next event on my list: DV8 Miami. Super F.R.I.E.N.D.S. was a well conceived and well executed fete and while the crowds weren’t huge they were exactly the right size for the venue. Good job Super F.R.I.E.N.D.S. moving the fete to Friday night and I hope to see you again in 2010.


Ribbit.
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