Small Doctor, Funnybone, Terrytharapman to storm TRAPPED IN SINCITY 2.0 House Party on November 24th in Lekki Lagos
Trapped In SinCity tickets are available online with limited space.
The second edition of the biggest and most anticipated house party in Nigeria – Trapped in Sincity is here again and it’s going to be a total LITUATION. Trust me you don’t wanna miss this party for anything. It’s just some weeks away and tickets are already selling online only on www.eventfinest.com (07011102117)
This second edition will no doubt be a banger than the first one as it features a lot of forms of entertainment. Different musical artiste, comedians will be on ground to make everyone dance like there’s no tomorrow and laugh like they have never done. It is definitely a not-to-miss event.
CELEBRITY GUEST: Small Doctor, Funnybone, Bella (Tinny Ent), Ckay (Choc city), Terrytharapman, Peksikeji and more will be live to spice up the event
FEE: Regular N2,500 VIP 6k only VIP+ 10k
TIME: 9pm till fade
DATE: November 24th, 2017.
DJ’s: DJ sweet dice, DJ toxic, DJ venum,DJ Gabitee, DJ Spontaneous…etc
VENUE: 2a Esther Adeleke street Lekki phase 1, Lagos
HYPE: AMANI FLAIMZ, LARRYFOREMAN, KINGGTAGE
Trapped In SinCity is an interesting weekend after-work social gathering. It’s a destination point where you can meet friends and colleagues, hear great live music, enjoy drinks, dance and have fun! This second edition is happening on November 24th, 2017 – the season of several holidays and lots of fun.
Trapped In SinCity changes the way one sees fun, and we make the house party a place for fun lovers to come and enjoy themselves. One testimonial from some guests in the previous edition says “it’s one of the most humbling experiences ever had”. This year’s theme is “TOTAL LITUATION”.
Trapped in SinCity is what fun should be and appealing to ages 18 and above – music, dance, sharing of sweet conversations, and this year’s edition include lot special indoor games in an indoor setting. Trapped In SinCity hosts hundreds of people, average number of 300 people in a conducive and comfortable for people to have the best fun.
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Majority of people get that sick in their stomach, sweaty palms, severe anxiety and doubts when the wedding starts drawing closer. You may even be wondering if your feeling is as a result of saying yes to the wrong person. You know what? That feeling is called pre-wedding jitters or cold feet and the fact that you are having that doesn’t spell doom for your marriage or mean you should call of the wedding. People have cold feet for different reasons and their various ways to avoid or get rid of it.
One of the reasons people get pre-wedding jitters is psychological. The thought of what might become of you in the future when you begin to think about how the union of those closest to you had been. Perhaps you grew up with or watching two parent struggles with their marriage, enduring rather than enjoying it or you were even at the middle of a messy divorce or even a victim of an abusive relationship in the past. Children can easily internalize the faults and mistakes of people to whom they look up to. These scars are subconsciously repressed until the prospect of facing similar situation surfaces then that feeling of impending doom hits the heart. Maybe you are nervous that you would turn out to be like your parents, uncles, aunts or siblings and that your marriage might mirror what you experienced. Your fear could also be from worries as to how your event will turn up, the budget and how to give it that touch of class and elegance you had always wanted for your special day. Some people also fear that their past may catch up with them. That an ex may show up and spoil the day yeah yeah, these are realities. There are several ways to get rid of psychological scars and professional help is available to take care of that.
Look at your list of invitees; are there people or someone you don’t want present on that day? Then don’t invite them. Are there any big budget cutting items that are weighing you down financially? Those things you would want but can’t afford them at the moment? Be true to yourself and eliminate them. Is there someone in your past or people you would want to broker peace with or some personal challenges you would want sorted out or a secret/lies to your partner you are scarred might come to the light? Be true to yourself and deal with it. Often times, the outcome is not as bad as we thought it would be.
Could it just be too much excitement that you confuse with cold feet? Sometimes, in big events like these, our emotions can get the better of us. Take time, sort issues out, speak to someone if you have to, communicate with your partner and talk about your fears, meditate, pray and think about why you’re marrying in the first place, that should bring you back to your center of joy and confidence.
If after doing all the above you still feel unsure, perhaps it is time to listen to your inner voice. What does your heart say? Forget logic and what people might say if you cancel the wedding. It’s your life we are talking about here. What is your heart really trying to say to you? Maybe you’re not quite ready to take the big step yet; maybe you need more time with this person; maybe you just need to push the date ahead to give you and your partner space to process all the jumpy feelings and concerns.
Whatever the case may be, there is no rush and when you’re ready, Eventfinest is the best place to help you make your big day even less stressful. We take delight in shouldering those hurdles and giving your day a touch of class and excellence without extra cost.
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