Thank you so much for coming out to support the event. Supported By: Magic Please support our cause. Since the onset of the COVID pandemic, nearly every sector of society has been impacted one way or another. Despite immense societal changes in the past weeks and months, the entertainment sphere has shown ingenuity and perseverance through the use of social media to unite the world in the fight against the virus.
Luckily for music performers and lovers alike, streaming platforms opened a new avenue for artists to perform their music despite the quarantine. Do you remember when weekend used to feel like this - dancing in the sand and getting drunk until the next day?
Here's a second video teaser of the last year's party. We are droppin' the full movie tomorrow at 5PM. Happy long weekend, fam! Here is our "supposed to be" venue for Summer Madness We know that your are really excited to party and so are we! Now on its 6th year, Summer Madness continues to radiate an atmosphere that is full of Featuring phenomenal live performances, lose track of time and get progress-oriented musical structure jam down your throat, or get day-drunk on rhums and chill by the beach to cool you down after an intense set.
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Genres: Drama. Add the first question. Language: English. Runtime: 56 min. Color: Color. DJ MoCity motellacast radio. Black Focus by Yussef Kamaal. A modern jazz masterpiece and one of the best records of the last decade. Incredible musicianship and quality from beginning to end. Paul Jordan OST. Mordechai by Khruangbin. So good. Nobody else is making music like this. Its its own genre. So sad their tour with Tame Impala in Oz couldnt proceed but hopefully new tunes when do get back here emc.
Contemporary Jazz by Various Artists. Explore music. It's a brilliant feeling to know that your children are enjoying themselves in a really safe environment. That's why dozens of us give up our time to serve on Summer Madness. None of us get paid for this. All of us take personal holiday time so can give something back to our community.Summer Madness is a psychological thriller involving a hundred million dollar heist, which leads to mayhem, murder, and mystery, all under the guise of love. While in prison, Jack Crawford falls for the vixen, Summer. After his release, he is accused of a double homicide involving Summer's husband. As Det. Wilson works to prove Jack's innocence, he discovers a web woven to entrap him as well.