Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Thursday | November 22, 2012
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In2iTion recovers from Sandy
I-Octane
The postponement of Liquid Nitro In2iTion caused by Hurricane Sandy has forced changes to the event which has sold itself as something different.

The event, which is to be held on Saturday at the Catherine Hall Entertainment Centre, seeks to provide its patrons with two parties in one night, one soca driven, and the other a dancehall potpourri.

According to the promoters, in its attempt to reschedule, the event has lost some of the artistes down to perform but none of the excitement that is expected.

"We lost some of our artistes and so the line-up had to be modified," read a release from the Intrendzik group.

The line-up the release speaks of still boasts quite a bit of star power.

On the soca stage there will be Destra Garcia and full band, Byron Lee's Dragonaires, Shall Marshall and Super Jigga TC. Wet and Dry Zone with paint and water.

The dancehall stage will be lit up by I-Octane, Aidonia, Tommy Lee, Demarco, Cubanis, Spice, Seanizzle, J'Ordane, and there is possibly going to be a surprise guest artiste.

To help pull out what is already expected to be a big crowd, there will be a motorcade tomorrow and ticket prices have been reduced to reflect the slimming down of the line-up.

Tickets for regular admission are down to $2,500.

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