Skydive Sebastian Hosts 4-Day Blacklight Boogie Event

Blacklight Boogie event will take place at Skydive Sebastian.
Blacklight Boogie event will take place at Skydive Sebastian.

SEBASTIAN, Florida – The Just Care More Foundation will be throwing a Blacklight Boogie epic jumping and partying event to raise money for at-risk kids. This 4-day event will include world champion organizers, jumping, beach landings, three running planes, helicopter jumps, raffles, vendors, giveaways, and much more.

The Blacklight Boogie event will take place at Skydive Sebastian November 18th – 21st. The night time festivities will be sponsored by Aerodyne. They will include a massive UV-reactive color party, over 50 industrial strength blacklights, go-go dancers, live DJ’s including Jamie Leibert aka Captain Manicorn (as the Headliner), entertainers, free beer & food, UV face painting, inflatable attractions, a huge cuddle-puddle tent, and a 60-foot stage.

Prices for licensed jumpers registration are as follows:
$35 – for the first 50 people to register
$40 – ends October 16th @ 11:59 pm EST
$45 – ends November 1st @ 11:59 pm EST
$50 – ends November 13th @ 11:59 pm EST
$55 – ends November 17th @ 11:59 pm EST
$60 – the day of registration

Theses prices include admission to Friday & Saturday night festivities, boogie entry, organizers, free camping, one packet of UV color powder for Saturday night’s color party, free beer & food Saturday night.

Saturday Night Color Party

The Saturday night color party will feature go-go dancers on a 60-foot stage and industrial strength black lights everywhere. Party goers will be engrossed in thousands of pounds of ultraviolet reactive color powder that will have them brightly glowing, under the black lights, through the night. Along with DJ Captain Manicorn, the entertainers will include silk and fire performers.

There will be an inflatable village; it will consist of a giant inflatable obstacle course and a topless bouncy house. Also, for those who want to relax they will have a blacklight lite massive ‘cuddle-puddle tent.’ No party is complete without food and beer; it will be free for jumper registrations and available for purchase for everyone else. Additionally, there will be a blacklight costume contest for anyone who would like to enter. Participants should use UV or LED’s reactive paint to show off their costumes. This party sponsored by Aerodyne.

The Saturday Night Color Party is open to the public. However, you must be 18+ to enter, and identification will be checked at the entrance. The Festival-Only Registration will include admission to Friday & Saturday night festivities, boogie entry, free camping, and one color packet for Saturday night’s color party. All of the registration fees benefit Just Care More.

Anyone who is looking to attend the event between Friday-Sunday will need to purchase a Festival registration. The prices for spectators is as follows:

$10 – Ends November 1st @ 11:59 pm EST
$15 – Ends November 17th @ 11:59 pm EST
$20 on the Day of Registration

There will be helicopter jumps all three days of the event for $65. (2 otters & 1 caravan) Beach landings will be $32.50 per jump ticket and include a shuttle from the beach to DZ. On The Saturday Sunset high-performance flock to beach jump ticket will be $25.50.

On Saturday, the 100% nonprofit foundation will be treating at-risk kids to a fun day that will include hanging out with the skydivers, an epic water balloon battle and lunch provided by the Zoo Bar. Then, on Thanksgiving day, The Just Care More Foundation, along with interested skydiver volunteers, will be traveling to local homeless communities where they will hand out Thanksgiving Meals.

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Tina Hodges moved to Sebastian with her family in 1980 and has lived in the area ever since. After graduating from Sebastian River High School, she studied at Indian River Community College. Tina worked at Dooney & Bourke for many years before she became a full-time travel writer. Tina joined Sebastian Daily in 2016.