Bacchanal Fridays series turns up heat

Wednesday, March 19, 2014    

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For the second week in a row, Bacchanal Fridays brought out thousands of soca revellers to the newly revamped Mas Camp in St Andrew.

Patrons included Government ministers, corporate executives, socialites and A-listers, who all partied to the selections from Toronto-based DJ D'Bandit and DJ Smoke from Renaissance.

"We've set up the venue like a club," said Michael Ammar Jr, a director of Bacchanal Jamaica.

The vibes continued long after the party had ended. The event continues this Friday.

Here are a few scenes from Bacchanal Fridays' last staging.





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