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Beach Festival Anywhere

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EEEBCF 18 Kyle (110 of 328) crowd A cross section of the crowd at EEEBCF! We’re grateful to every patron that followed us all the way to Mayaro for the second time in two months.

Embracing everything about the BEACH; we hosted our 2nd annual Beach Festival on Republic Day. This event, touted as a festival of fun and frolic brought hundreds together on the sand.

Intricately planned, every detail was ironed out well in advance and the hype for the festival was overwhelming. Unfortunately, due to a landslide, the original Beach Festival venue was temporarily inaccessible so we replanned the same event on the opposite end of Trinidad’s coast.


No matter the cost, we ensured the patrons’ experience was not compromised. Actually we accentuated it!

NAEBL 18 (2 of 340) We’re no stranger to road trips – pictured here, two friends in a party bus on their way to our most recent beach lime.

In a bold announcement; we partnered with MVMT Transport Group and commissioned a massive fleet of free shuttles from three locations in the east-west corridor. Once you were a ticket holder, driving was no longer your only option. Rightly so, as the new location made Beach Cooler Festival into a road trip.

Nevertheless, our loyal crews and patrons showed up in droves.

Most with singles in hand to take advantage of the specials of the night. $1.00 Carib Radler, $2.00 Bake and Shark and $3.00 Rum!

The White Oak girls brought the shots and the vibes! The White Oak girls brought the shots and the vibes!
EEEBCF 18 Kyeon (12 of 204) The World Famous Richard’s Bake and Shark from Maracas Beach joined us in Mayaro. $2.00 Bake and Shark was a dream come true.
Red Jokers Ladies were all decked off in their special outfits. If you were fortunate enough you may have even stolen a wine or two on one of these ladies before the night was out. Red Jokers Ladies were all decked off in their special outfits. If you were fortunate enough you may have even stolen a wine or two on one of these ladies before the night was out.
Chow served by 868 Chow we served fresh with your choice of salt and pepper. 868 Chow was served fresh with your choice of salt and/or pepper.
GTC slushies were the pick of the day. Cups of GTC were also served for $4.00. GTC slushies were the pick of the day. Cups of GTC were also served for $4.00.

Beautiful ladies posed in their bikinis and shorts!
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As expected, the part turnt all the way up. Most patrons were boozed up from the happy hour specials and their batteries charged by the tasty bake and shark.

These two ladies left these gentlemen speechless! These two ladies left these gentlemen speechless!

Most couldn’t wait to finish their meal but handled a bumper while handling their bake and shark! As per usual EEEBCF Style, the Djs rang out a variety of tunes in every genre from dance hall to latin.

Soca reigned supreme as the Dj brought the music of several islands to the beach!

Unlimited vibes despite the odds won us the admiration of many attendees who pledged their lifetime support for our movement. This was a fitting close to our 2018 campaign of events. For the next couple months, we will be planning and preparing to bring this vibe straight to the Greatest Show on Earth, Trinidad Carnival.

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