This Saturday, September 15th from 8 p.m. to midnight will mark the first of many monthly events as a part of a new social club called the No Moon Club. Put on by Entertainment Production Resources LLC, owned by Wood Campbell and Biron Valier, these events will always be held on the darkest night of the month – the no moon. Created to be more of show than an event, you can expect this to be the best events this year given Wood’s remarkable lighting, sound and production talents. The rock star team behind the No Moon Club consists of visionaries, Wood Campbell and Biron Valier as well as local event planner, Christina Clark and master artist, Stacie Krupa.
From the very start, I was intrigued. Featuring a band they can’t name because they do not normally play for such a small crowd, a location they won’t give out until 24 hours before the event, and an invitation that arrived in a child’s sand bucket, not to mention the exclusive nature of the event (only 150 guests will be admitted). This event is sure to be unlike what we normally find in the Keys.
“We have the best food, a super band and I’m going to light up the beach for 150 lucky guests,” stated Wood Campbell.
The No Moon Club social events will never look or sound the same. Held in varying locations including a beach, lagoon, yacht and yard – they even have plans for a Sunday gospel brunch. Attending this first event will guarantee your name is on the list, so you’ll be in the know for next months event.
Entertainment Production Resources will be providing the Florida Keys the ability to experience and hire Wood Campbell’s lighting, sound and production expertise that has been developed over the last few decades as a musical, stage and sound producer for numerous stage shows around the globe.
To be added to the guest list call 704.230.7082 or email you’re RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tickets are $100 and include cocktails, tapas by Island Catering and musical and visual artistry by Entertainment Production Resources. A portion of the evening’s proceeds will benefit Habitat for Humanity of the Upper Keys
A few tickets are left, so now the only question left for you to consider – once you buy your tickets of course – is what are you going to wear?
See you at the beach!