‘Bachelor Chef’ a hit

‘Bachelor Chef’ a hit

Sunday, November 13, 2016

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Bachelor Chef Cookout fans braved the rains to celebrate the event’s fifth anniversary at Police Officer’s Club in St Andrew last Sunday.

With promises of savoury food and great entertainment, patrons simply could not turn down the chance at a good time. They certainly were not left disappointed.

"We’re really grateful for all the years of support and encouragement we’ve received," said event promoter Shea Stewart of Elite Kreations.

"None of this would be possible without our incredible team, our amazing sponsors and our loyal fans, and we want to thank them all for rooting for our success," he continued.

The event, dubbed ‘Street Eats Edition’, treated guests to an eclectic blend of dancehall, hip hop and soca.

Team Shella kicked off the night with an Elephant Man throwback mix, which garnered an energetic reception from the crowd. DJ Narity followed, pumping up fans with Xklusive’s
Scamma Dem Deh Ya and Popcaan’s We Still A Win (World Cup), while Xync Fence Sound fuelled roaring cheers as they spun chart toppers OOOUUU and Cut It. Later in the night, Coppershot, a clear crowd favourite, had guests getting down to Popcaan’s Way Up, Ding Dong’s Lowe Mi Nuh and Vybz Kartel’s The Best of Them.

"It has been a great journey so far and we’re truly excited for the future of Bachelor Chef Cookout," said Shea Stewart.

"We have some great plans in the works and we can’t wait to unveil them to the public," he said.


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