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This weekend is the last weekend of summer and to some of us it’s never easy to say goodbye to this season. To most of us summer symbolizes all of the fun and carefree times that we were able to indulge in over those couple of months. In honor of the this change of season, Casa de Campo will host an end of summer party THIS Saturday, September 22nd where guests and residents can enjoy delicious food, refreshing drinks and live music.
On Saturday we will be dancing to the beats of international DJ Slow Hands aka Ryan Cavanagh. He has become of the main proponents of the current slow-mo and sultry house revolution, and is considered an organic specialist. His rich yet languid style bares all the hallmarks of the classical and compositional training he has had, whilst everything from jazz to blues to trippy electronica inform the New Yorker’s well honed production palette.
At 8:30 p.m, the mood will change a bit with Piso 21. They are a Colombian pop and reggaetón music group formed in Medellín in 2007. The group is formed by Pablo Mejía (Pablito), Juan David Huertas (The Profe), David Escobar (Dim) and Juan David Castaño (El Llane). You’ve most likely heard their song “Me llamas” featuring Maluma and Déjala Que Vuelva (feat. Manuel Turizo) a song that will get you moving and dancing along with them. They began with romantic pop songs like: Vagones vacíos, Ángel mortal, Correr el riesgo (feat. Maluma), among others. Thanks to their first album released in 2012, they were nominated for the Latin Grammy Award that same year. throughout the years they have adopted a more urban style in their music, although conserving their romantic essence.
Just in case you haven’t noticed yet, this party will have you dancing none stop! Right after Piso 21, one of Casa’s regular will go up to the stage, DJ Korduroy. Born in Santo Domingo, DJ Korduroy plays various instruments, loves music and technological innovations, and currently has become a regular in the city’s nightlife. He often plays in many clubs, bars, and at various events. With his “open format” Korduroy fuses a wide variety of genres such as Hip Hop, Electro, House, Rock, Soul, Disco, R & B, Reggeaton among other Latin rhythms, making a direct connection with the public and easily adapting to the environment he is in.
And to close this party, yup, you guessed it, the Grammy-nominated Dominican merenhouse trio Ilegales! The merenhouse group Los Ilegales was formed in the Dominican Republic by frontman/producer Vladimir Dotel, Victor Waill, Manuel Tejada and Roger Sanchez. The group became one of the most popular groups in Central and South America, especially big in Venezuela, Mexico, Chile and Spain. From their debut album, the single “La Morena (Burn It Up)” became a huge hit in 1995. Their second album Rebotando was also popular, thanks to the single “El Taqui Taqui.” The Remixes collection followed in 1998, as did En la Mira. Not to mention, La Cosita, Mi Novia, Ya No Toy Pa’ Eso, Pasarla bien (featuring El Potro Álvarez) and Chucuchá.
You cant miss this lineup this Saturday! This promises to be an off the charts day of celebration! See you there!
Chasing the last sunset of summer
When: Saturday, September 22nd – 4pm
Where: Minitas Beachclub
Admission: RD $ 3,000 Individual entry to the event without drinks or table
Lounges (in front of the gazebos): US $ 2,000 Right to 1 lounge, 6 tickets and a drinks package which includes 2 bottles of Champagne or 1 bottle of premium liquor (whiskey or rum or gin, etc.) and oyster tray.
Gazebos: US $ 4,500 Right to 1 gazebo, 12 tickets and a beverage package which includes 4 bottles of champagne or 3 bottles of premium liquor (a combination of whiskey, rum, gin, etc.) and oyster tray.
For tickets and information, call: 1-809-523-8077, visit: www.casadecampo.com.do.