Box Media Empire's calendar release, plus reggae and drum-and-bass this weekend

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What are you doing with yourself this weekend? There's a number of parties to keep you rocking, including the Box Media Empire calendar release at Rockstar, the reggae vibe will be in full effect at both at Opal and Blue Ice and there's an electronic drum-and-bass mash-up at Summit Music Hall with Shygone and Sid Madrid. Page down for full details.

Tomorrow night, Box Media Empire is releasing its 2012 calendar with a slew of sexy ladies at Rockstar Lounge. There's no cover and the ladies drink free until midnight. 21+up of course. Folks will be able to peruse the calendar's sexiness and party with the ladies who grace the pages. Swag a million.

Also on Saturday, there's a ton of reggae running through the city. For two year's strong, DJ Bushy Bush has been rocking the hottest soca, reggae and world music in celebration of island culture, and this Saturday is no different. Bushy Bush will be on the wheels of steel at Opal Lion. $5 entry, 21+up and drink specials galore. Come vibe it up!

Just down the way at Blue Ice, Govahment Promotions is hosting its "Bashment Reggae" soiree with Mr. Kazz, Madloon, and more. This party is 21+up and you should come ready to cut a rug on the dance floor. $4 you call it's, no cover until 11. Grown and sexy attire is encouraged.

As reported earlier this week, Limelight Saturdays is hosting its soft opening inside of Club Glo this week with its New Year's Resolution party. There's no cover and a ton of drink specials including two for one Long Islands and other specialty drinks at happy hour prices. DJ Topshelf and DJ Ktone will provide the sounds.

Sid Madrid with Shygone and guests are getting down for a party about "music with no boundaries." Shygone is expected to show off his impeccable composing skills along with the likes of Bass.Thoven, and Philliez as featured guests. It goes down at Summit Music Hall on Saturday night, 21+up with $5 cover.

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