I wasn't very impressed. The crowd was weird, the sound system had no midrange (got a bit better later on) & the dance floor wasn't into it. It took Tiga over an hour to get some life in the crowd (which didn't seem to be his fault) and he played some really bad & cheesy-not-in-a-good-way tracks in with a few gems. That Spastik & Nelly track sounded like a remix to me (it wasn't as bad as it sounds, and had some other old school track in the mix as well). Tiga was definitely getting better as the night went on, but we jetted about an hour and a half in. . . I was hoping he would play a bit deeper and stay away from the more obvious commercial hits, but that wasn't happening. . . perhaps he took one look at the crowd and figured that's what they wanted.
There was no effort at decor or lighting or anything else in Jai, beyond the bartenders wearing Fidel clothing. The attendance, although certainly not terrible, was not what it would have been if the night had been even slightly promoted.
Tiga didn't even seem to know who was running the night as he asked me if I had something to do with it. . .
Ah well, managed to have a half decent night thanks to some good company