Montreal, Canada, September 27, 2016 – As Montrealdancehall.com team continues to grow across the province of Quebec, the Firemania Fete stands out as the premier event generating massive crowds the last Saturday of September since its inception in 2005. The organizers are now excited to introduce a special concept for the supporting masses: The Silent Party.
This year, Montrealdancehall.com in collaboration with Fire Empire Productions returned to Downtown Montreal for another year of partying and exclusive events. This past Saturday September 24 2016, Club LaBoom was transformed to host the annual Firemania Fete dubbed the Silent Party, to feature (2) two live separate dj booths as well as countless illuminated headphones for patrons to indulge in throughout the night.
“Being that it was my first Silent Party ever, I knew I would be in for quite the surprise as I was a novice at this aspect,” stated event organizer Mawga K. “After arriving at the venue, I quickly realized we were missing out on equipment for the 3rd DJ booth; we simply used (2) two channels as it became a musical showdown with great music and outstanding vibes by over 300 attendees!”
Firemania Fete would see performances from DJs like: Fire Jones, Viza, Kid from Nemesis Sound, Chiefy, Mawga K and Color Squad. An assortment of Soca, Dancehall, RNB, Hip Hop, put the Silent Party in a different league from other Silent events in Montreal.
The team would like to thank the generous commitment of all patrons, DJs, promoters, photographer, sponsors, staff, volunteers for helping to make this another successful event.
*Part of the event proceeds will go directly to the Welcome Hall Mission.
About Welcome Hall Mission:
Founded in 1892, Welcome Hall Mission aims to alleviate poverty in Montreal by providing shelter, food, rehabilitation, social reinsertion programs, and personal counseling services. It works with the homeless, needy families, new immigrants, street youth, and children. Some of its programs include: a food bank, a men’s shelter, educational workshops in schools, a thrift shop, employment counseling, and a dental clinic.
In 2014, the Mission provided 77,964 nights of shelter for the homeless, served 194,844 meals at its food bank, distributed 777,300 kg of groceries, and conducted 3663 dental procedures at its dental clinic. Visit online at: www.welcomehallmission.com.