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The Launch of Soca Gold @ The Marke Nightclub
September 1, 2018 - Labor Day Weekend The Launch of Soca Gold at The Marke Nightclub Doors open at 9:00pm No Cover before Midnight with RSVP 100% Soca All Night Open Rum Bar From 9PM to 10PM Food By: Roti by Toti (Authentic Trinidadian Food) Epic Mas Band Official DJ Willy Wonka alongside Foreigner spinning the very best in Soca all night. MC: Fly Zulu Time: 9PM-2AM Admission: Free with RSVP before Midnight $10 After (Price subject to change) Age: 21+ Venue: The Marke 3311 South Main Street Los Angeles, CA 90007 Website https://www.eventbrite.com/e/grand-opening-of-soca-gold-tickets-49150581713? ........................................................................................... N.B. Search for Soca Gold on Eventbrite to register if the link doesn't work.Use the comment section for planning and gathering at the event.There's a meetup app for Android and iOS that allows members to check in and communicate with others at the event. Change your RSVP if your plans change.You are not required to hang out with members at the event but it's mandatory to greet the host and other members. Members who RSVP for a meetup should upload pictures and leave feedback of their experience within 48 hours to earn attendance credits for that meetup.No Pictures=No Show or Did Not Attend.10 Did Not Attend or 5 No Show = Banned from LACC

The Marke Nightclub

3311 S. Main St · Los Angeles, ca

What we're about

The Los Angeles Caribbean Connection is mainly for all Caribbean and West Indian people living in Southern California. If you live within 150 miles radius from Los Angeles you are more than welcome to join the group. However, we don't turn down anyone who show a special interest in our cultures based on his/her residence or race. The mission of this group is to bring together people from the islands for social, community, and business events. There's something unique about us from the Caribbean. We stay faithful to our culture and our people. We have a strong tribe mentality that differ us from the rest. We tend to grow spiritually when we do things along with people we can trust and connect with on a cultural level. Our goal is to plan a meeting every month so we can socialize, keep in touch and tighten our bond with fellow yardies. Together we can help each other improve our lifestyle and stay positive as a family. We may speak a different language or a different patois but we all nurture a creole soul. That's why they call us "yardies".It's free to join LACC.Member dues are voluntary to keep the cost of maintenance and organizing events somewhat low.

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