Flavor Nights Hosts Biggest Party in Company History
July 29, 2015By Tiffani Knowles

Celebrating 16 years of service and 7 years of hosting Flavor Nights, South Florida-based entertainment services group Soul Movement Crew is hosting the biggest party in the company’s history on Friday, September 4 at The Venue Ft. Lauderdale, 2345 Wilton Drive in Fort Lauderdale, FL. From 7:30 to 11:30 p.m.


From Miami to Tallahassee, from New York to San Francisco, Flavor Nights is known internationally as one of the premier Christ-centered, high-energy party experiences.


Hosting international artists for stopovers on their way to sold-out concert venues, Flavor Nights has always been an intimate affair for Christian young adults to mingle, eat, drink and dance to the latest Christian pop, hip hop, dancehall, Latin and Afro-beat music spun by resident DJ Mr. E.

But, this time, organizers will host a party to end all parties at the lavish 10,000 square-feet, two-story location boasting two VIP balconies, Full Wrap around Mezzanine with seating, state-of-the-art sound and lighting, projection screens and unlimited beverages all night.


Hosted by Christian hip hop artist CHENO LYFE, the event will feature live performances by Jay-R & Clave Dura Salsa Band from California, hip hop trio N.O.G (Nothing Over God), pop vocalist Jenn Miller and progressive urban gospel singer Anthony Carter and the guest DJ services of DJ Fire from Tallahassee.

Guests must be over 18 years of age to attend. General Admission is $20 in advance and $25 at the door. For VIP access and lounge service, guests must pay $30 in advance which will include valet parking and appetizers between 7:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. For all non-VIP guests, valet Parking is $5 per car.


All tickets include unlimited non-alcoholic beverages all night. Group rates available for 10 or more. Call 954-241-4268 or 786-443-3833 for more information.


If guests purchase tickets before August 20 with promo code BIG PARTY, they will receive 20 percent off their price of admission.

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