Easter Sunday March 27, 2016 is D-Day at the Rivere Doree Beach. Not that any armies will be landing there but that the crowd will be so huge that a comparison to this World War II event is in place. Plans are already afoot to make this day one which will be etched on the minds of Choiseulians and by extension every community in the island for a very long time.
Champion crew, the organizers are all excited about the event dubbed “Easter Sunday Festival” which will be one with a difference – water sports, children games like bouncing castle for kids, beer drink competition, board games, karaoke, trampoline, wet T-shirt, sexiest swim wear and other attractive activities which have been adapted for the entire family.
The Rivere Doree Beach is proving itself to be one of the most attractive venues for events of this nature. The ambience, the vegetation and of course the merging of the river and sea create this uniqueness that cannot be duplicated anywhere- the venue is untouched and un-spoilt.
A park-and-ride program has been put in place to facilitate patrons. The Rivere Doree school grounds is the designated parking area. From there a FREE shuttle service every fifteen minutes to and from the beach will be in effect throughout the day.
The music, Blazing Sounds with a crew of top DJs will provide the blazing music and entertainment for massive crowd which is expected. The bar be will well stocked with a number of promotions all day, from Bright at 2 for $5 to Black and White whiskey at 2 for $10 and lots of other tantalizing promos. The food under the supervision of Lisa Orielly, will be mouth-watering, finger-licking - bouillon, souse, mac and cheese, fried fish and chicken, breadfruit and saltfish, accra and lots, lots more of other specials.
Champion Crew Easter festival