Sandz Beach Party pulls crowd

By Kevin Jackson Observer Writer

Tuesday, September 02, 2014

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IT was great vibes, non-stop partying and flossing at the monthly summer series Sandz Beach Party last Sunday afternoon.

The event attracted a massive crowd at its grand finale held at the Boardwalk Beach in Portmore.

The event has been held every last Sunday of the month during the summer since its inception in May of this year. It is promoted jointly by members of TNS (Team No Shirt), Envy Team and Yung Kingz Entertainment.

According to Oneil Forbes of Envy Team, based on the demand by patrons, the event will return next year.

"We plan to continue Sandz Beach party annually. The demand has been great and the venue here at the boardwalk is easily accessible to our patrons, hence the great turnout that we had," Forbes explained.

The event was previously held in Bull Bay, and in Hellshire, Portmore. This was its second staging at Boardwalk Beach.

"From the inception, we started this event as a chill and it just grew so extremely quick and we really appreciate the support," Forbes added.

Dubbed the Sandz Farewell Summer edition, the party featured music from Code Red's DJ Lank, X Factor and DJ Zagga from Infusion. Each selector kept the crowd dancing non -stop during their respective sets.

A number of entertainment personalities including Bounty Killer, dancehall artiste Masicka, Olympian Warren Weir, and dancehall artiste J Capri were among those spotted partying among the massive crowd.




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