Opium Hard Rock Café will be struck by a bolt of lightning, on Sunday January 17, 2010 as Usain “Lightning” Bolt hits the turn tables at the 4th annual big celebrity, all star birthday party dubbed “The Main Event,” for “Jazzy T” from the world renown super sound system Renaissance Disco. Come get your party on with “The Fastest Man on Earth” as he spins for a worthy cause and of course good fun, at Opium Night Club, 5729 Seminole Way, Hollywood, FL 33314.
Usain Bolt, the Fastest Man on Earth, who shattered his own world record in both the 100 and 200 meters in Berlin in August 2009, where he ran 9.58 in the 100 meters and 19.19 in the 200 meters. Usain Bolt also holds the second fastest time in both the 100 meters at 9.69 and the 200 meters at 19.30 which is the Olympic Record and was set at the Beijing Olympics in 2008. Usain Bolt proudly boast several other records, medals and honors and in 2009 became the first man to hold the 100 and 200 meters world and Olympic titles at the same time.
Other confirmed celebrities include Shaggy, who just weeks ago, was the first Reggae Artist to perform at the Seminole Hard Rock Café and also fresh off his “Shaggy and Friends Concert,” which was another successful, annual event to benefit the Bustamante Hospital for Children. Sean Paul, the first Reggae Artist to win a Soul Train Award, who also along with Shaggy was the first Reggae Artist to perform at the Seminole Hard Rock Café. Chris Martin, just off his Christmas Corporate Tour in Jamaica and DJ Liquid from Zip 103 FM Jamaica, plus other Track and Field Sports Personalities and many more.
This is “The Main Event” for 2010! It’s a Holiday Weekend, even better! No work on Monday! So come party all night in two rooms of entertainment by the mighty Renaissance Disco, Black Chiney, Richie D, Super Dre, DJ Crown Prince, Barry Hype, DJ Liquid, Stone Love, one of the longest running foundation sound systems in Jamaica, Usain Bolt and Jazzy T himself.
Proceeds to benefit Usain Bolt’s Foundation and will go towards helping children and families in Jamaica, by providing education, scholarships, housing, food clothing and shoes. All ranges of sponsorship are appreciated. We welcome your ideas and services that you may benefit from participating in this “Main Event.”