Pum Pum Fridays

by K. Nichelle (TM)
(Philadelphia, PA)

Bashment Brukout

Bashment Brukout

Jan. 14, 2011- K. Nichelle (TM) and Vegas Lifestyle present Pum Pum Fridays in addition to an Artist Showcase at Rain Lounge, located at 120 Chestnut Street in Old City Philadelphia. Hosted by Kaye Nichelle and Glenn Vegas.


This event features two floors of music and dance with the Bashment Brukout upstairs and an Artist Showcase downstairs.

Bashment Brukout; better known as Pum Pum Fridays is for true fans of Caribbean and African Music.

DJ Versatyle (Moonlight Lounge) will be spinning the latest in Reggae, Dancehall, Calypso, Soca, etc.. which means there's no Hip-Hop here.

This is a certified Reggae and Dancehall party with special invited Dancehall Queens. So if you like Third World, Moonlight, or Gojjo, this is the place to be only we're bringing the same vibe to downtown.

Pum Pum Fridays is the 1st edition of Bashment Brukout with more to come on a bi-wekly basis. There will be drink specials all night including the Bashment Brukout special.

Downstairs, the Artist Showcase will highlight both new and independent artists with DJ Scarfo spinning Hip -Hop and Top 40 after the showcase finale kickicng off the dance party.

Admission is $10 for females/$15 for males if you mention you came to party with Kaye at the door. If not, the cover is $20.


Are you ready for Pum Pum Fridays? It's gonna be so Special!

* DRESS CODE IS UNDERGROUND CHIC

*ABSOLUTELY NO ATHLETIC GEAR, STRICTLY ENFORCED

For more information, contact:

Kaye - K@knichelle.comThis e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

K. Nichelle (TM) Associates, LLC

www.knichelle.com
610.235.6275
or
Genn Vegas - vegaslifestylegroup@gmail.comThis e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

www.wix.com/glennvegas/vegaslifestyle

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