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Tipsy Launches Tonight with 100 Free Tickets


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Brace yourself for the ultimate experience as Twisted Entertainment launches one of the most highly anticipated events for Crop Over 2023, Tipsy Barbados.

The popular event, which attracts thousands of attendees annually from across the Caribbean and the rest of the world, returns this year as a two-day event on July 22 and July 23.

“We are thrilled to bring the Tipsy Music Festival (TMF) experience, bigger and better than ever before,” said a spokesperson for Twisted Entertainment. “Crop Over festival is an integral part of Barbadian culture and we are honored to be a part of it. Our goal is to provide an unforgettable experience for all attendees, and we have some exciting surprises in store this year.”

Tipsy took over the Botanical Gardens last year. (GP)

July 22, TMF will kick off with Twisted’s signature All-White Beach Party, featuring top DJs and entertainment, with lots of Tipsy drink specials, and plenty of fun in the sun on one of the island’s most scenic beaches.

On July 23, the festival will continue with a star-studded lineup of some of the biggest names in entertainment bringing their A-game to the stage for an electrifying experience.

To celebrate the launch of the Tipsy Music Festival 2023, Twisted Entertainment is giving away 100 free tickets!!

“It’s our way of saying thank you to our loyal supporters and welcoming new attendees to join us for an unforgettable experience come July 22 and 23,” the spokesperson said.

To enter the giveaway and learn more about Tipsy Music Festival 2023, visit @twistedbarbados on Instagram and Facebook or the website:



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