Smirnoff Dream Weekend Bands Sold Out

The overwhelming interest in the Smirnoff Dream weekend has resulted in our season armband tickets being sold out island wide and online as well. The dream team is humbled by this demand and endorsement by our loyal customers and seeks to provide you with the greatest entertainment experience in Jamaica. We do have limits in terms of venue capacities and as such there are certain crowd control measures that we have put in place to prevent overcrowding.

We know quite a few persons still need tickets for our events therefore we have decided to make available individual event tickets for pre-sale purchase in select outlets as of this Friday, July 22nd as follows:

Individual Event tickets will be sold in 3 outlets across the island:

Kingston – Acropolis Barbican
Montego Bay – Margaritaville
Negril – Margaritaville

Ticket prices are as follows:

Smirnoff Flavours – $2000
Twisted Spirits – $3000
Daydreams – $5000
YUSH – $3000
Xtreme Wet and Wild $5000
Bere Vibes – $3000
Smirnoff Xclusive – $4000
Short Circuit – $1000

These event tickets are also limited so we encourage patrons to purchase them immediately to ensure your spot in Jamaica’s number one party weekend.

We thank you all for your continued support of the Smirnoff Dream Weekend. See you all in Negril.

Twitter: @jadreamweekend


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