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iLLY the place to be

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iLLY the place to be

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A whole new party experience began on November 21, 2008, when iLLY debuted at the Banks Sports Club.
iLLY is climbing its way up each year, creating a better experience than the previous.
It all started with Its gonna be iLLY at the Banks Sports Club, Wildey, St, Michael, then last year iLLY gave patrons Sicker Than Ya Average at Cashmere, Maxwell, Christ Church.
June 6 was the date for Lights Camera Action at the Kendall Clubhouse,
St Philip;  the encore on August 15 again at the Kendall Clubhouse, followed by Presidential (a first anniversary party) at George Washington House, St Michael.
This year, iLLY presented Starlight at the Barbados Concorde Experience, Christ Church, on April 3, and was back on October 7 with Paradise In The City at Barbados Cricket Legends, St Michael.
This was our first collaboration with another company. For this event, iLLY partnered with M.G Entertainment, the founders of the
Rude Tuesdays, thanks to DJs Shayne “Ras” Edwards and Keon “Chasey” Chase.
iLLY was back on September 11 with Light Up The Western Courtyard, Kensington Oval, St Michael.
iLLY Events is the brainchild of  Trevis Carter and Danielle Brome. It’s genesis came through a collaborated birthday celebration and tagged the fete iLLY. iLLY is a hip hop slang synonymous with “sick”, words that have a positive connotation. It then evolved into a brand and gained street credibility as the place to be.
iLLY is like a family – we are all good friends with our DJs, whom we lovingly refer to as the “iLLY Committee”. iLLY would like to extend a special thanks to Shadia Forde who designed the first ever iLLY poster. The concept was so fresh that it became the inspiration behind the iLLY logo.
iLLY has grown tremendously with the help of DJs like NRG , MVP, Synpasounds, Ignition Sounds, DJ Chasey and Ras, Bubbles and Puffy. All the iLLY hooks on the airwaves were provided by the up and coming hip hop artist Nicholas “Teff” Hinkson and the producer of Million Dollar Music, Fabian “Minim” Worrell.
Thank you
Trevis and Danielle acknowledge that they would have never got this far without the help from their friends, family and sponsors and would like to thank them all for their support.