Musical potpourri for Bachelor Chef Cookout

Musical potpourri for Bachelor Chef Cookout

Saturday, March 05, 2016

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SOUND systems Coppershot and Road Karma with disc jocks DJ Nicco and DJ Narity have been commissioned to keep patrons entertained at tomorrow’s staging of the ‘Bachelor Chef Cookout’ series.


The event, dubbed the Beach Grill Edition, will be held at Boardwalk Beach in Portmore, St Catherine.


"Over the years, the ‘Cookout’ has evolved from a small gathering of family and friends into a top-notch party experience. We’re committed to further developing this unique concept by constantly looking for ways to offer our fans an unforgettable culinary journey and a one of a kind entertainment package," Chef Shea Stewart told the Jamaica Observer.


Patrons are in for a treat as the musical potpourri will comprise dancehall, reggae, soca and hip hop.


"I’ve been playing at this event for a few years now. I continue to be a part of this event because I love what it represents, which is a nice evening out filled with good, clean fun and great food," said DJ Narity.


— Kevin Jackson


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