Kes The Band

Kes The Band

IzWe 2023: Kes The Band, Valentine’s Night, February 14, 2023

Written by: Overtime Media

By now the word is out and everyone knows where the 2020 Road March and Soca Monarch champions, Kes the Band will be on Valentine’s night, February 14, 2023, right? Formerly known as “Tuesday on the Rocks” and now re-imagined and renamed as “IzWE” 2023, the annual Kes concert and festival extravaganza will take place at the Brian Lara Stadium in Toruba and is destined to take patrons on an unforgettable journey of Love and Magic.

Scheduled to begin promptly at 7 pm, this event allows patrons the novel opportunity to select their concert experience from 3 carefully curated spaces. The Courtyard features the Festival Village with a local food court and artisan display and this area is also rum and beer inclusive. The VIP area, Lit by the Stars, boasts an all-inclusive experience, while the VVIP Experience takes you to the Garden of Eden. Here, patrons will enjoy the white-gloved service of a premium all-inclusive experience complete with complimentary parking.

Lead vocalist and frequent spokesperson for Kes the Band, Kees Diefenthaller noted the excitement surrounding the return of their signature event:

“It’s special for us being able to execute this event for our fans after two years.” He said enthusiastically. “We’re leaving no stone unturned to guarantee an unforgettable, magical concert experience. Our message focuses on Love. So, on February 14, I invite everyone to join us at the Brian Lara stadium in Tarouba. Let us remember and honour our roots, remember that we are all our brothers’ keepers and celebrate together – in Love.”

All zones promise to be immersive and set against the backdrop of great entertainment featured on the Moon and Sun stages.

In the coming weeks, the supporting cast and further details on the show will be released.  Ticket information can be found on the band’s website at www.kestheband.com and tickets can also be purchased at locations throughout Trinidad and Tobago, namely: Bagalito Enterprises in Grand Bazaar, Long Circular Mall, and C3 Centre; Häagen-Dazs outlets nationwide, WrapWorks Deli on Ariapita Avenue in Port of Spain, Chaguanas and San Fernando and Xtreme Solutions, Crown Point Tobago.

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