The time has come for Faze to launch for the Atlantic City Carnival! We’re proud to partner with Ibis Lounge once again for our party!
Tickets for the launch can be purchased on eventbrite .
Early bird tickets before April 6 are $15.
Doors open at 10pm and show starts at Midnight!
So many good things have been happening!
We’re very excited to continue building partnerships throughout Philadelphia’s community.
Saturday, March 24th, we are working with House of Prayer Episcopal (HOPE) Church to host Brunch with the Easter Bunny.
This event is free for all children and will include: an Easter basket, goodies, a clown act, breakfast, egg hunt, and of course, photo ops with the Easter Bunny!!
Prizes for the best bonnet, too!
It’s going to be a great follow up to our Hurricane Drive.
If you have questions, concerns, or need to register, please text or call 267-575-8204.
Apologies for the lack of update lately. Brittnni and Shelly (with Kori, of course!) were busy playing mas for Carnival and gathering ideas to bring home.
On the home front in Philly, we’ve been battling snow storm after snow storm, which unfortunately, caused us to cancel our drive to collect donations for the islands affected by the hurricanes last year.
HOWEVER! We are still collecting donations at Ibis Lounge and will still get those items sent to the respective islands. If you donate an item, ask the staff for a RED ticket and be entered to win some cool prizes.
Big up to Bertie and the Ibis crew for partnering with FAZE for this event!
We may be out of corn soup, but we never stop GIVING!
Keep an eye our for more events to come in the spring!
Help us out by supporting our Hurricane Relief Drive on Friday March 2, 2018 at 6pm at the Ibis Lounge. Food, DJs, and a great cause. Admission is an item (the more, the better, of course!) from the list. We will be shipping barrels to the islands devastated by the 2017 hurricanes.
There will be giveaways, raffles, and more! For more information, please call Brittnni 267-575-8204 or Kayla 910-545-6421.
The biggest New Year’s Day tradition is the Philadelphia Mummers Parade. The Mummers Parade started in 1900 as a way for the city to work with young, working class men to prevent them from rioting during the holidays. In its 118 year existence, the Mummers Parade has grown to include nearly 15,000 mummers who show off their elaborate and fancy costumes in different categories, including String Bands.
Sound familiar? With similarities to Carnival, it was a great honor for the Philly Pan Starz to be invited to play in the parade last year. This year, Philly Pan Starz extended their invitation to Faze. Despite the record low temperatures, the Pan Starz and Faze had a blast dressing as pirates and sharing the love we have for our Caribbean culture with the mummers and their fans.
Thanks Mummers and Philly Pan Starz for having us! We look forward to next year!
For more information and pictures on Philly Pan Starz, check out their Facebook https://www.facebook.com/PhiladelphiaPanStars
For more information on the Mummers Parade, check out their homepage phillymummers.com