Cabana Beach Daze was a hit


Cabana Beach Daze was a hit

Observer writer

Saturday, November 30, 2019

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CABANA Beach Daze took over Pearly Beach in Ocho Rios, St Ann, last Sunday, much to the delight of patrons attending the event.

As customary, the party series brought its inducing ambiance and some of Jamaica's top-flight selectors.

Warren “Hundred” Clarke, of organisers Hundred Promotions, explained that the feedback was a positive one.

“We took a chance last year based on requests from patrons and how we saw the party landscape evolving. Ocho Rios is now a certified party mecca, attracting some of the biggest parties, and naturally we would want to be in that space as well. We have a quality product, we are always refining and just looking to always create a memorable experience for our patrons. We had our first staging for the year in May in Trelawny and 'Ochi' was good to us last year and we came back and we are in the good book again. Our supporters came out and the verdict on last Sunday's show was awesome,” Clarke told Jamaica Observer.

“All the best features that we put together gelled just right on the night. The DJs were on point, they kept the party atmosphere and the vibe going. I must thank our supporters for really coming out and I'm promising it's only getting better. So, look out for us next year,” he continued.

DJs Jigga, Nicco, Presley Hype and Ashile showed why they are the most sought-after in the business. They took patrons on a musical journey with a slew of hits songs in all genres. The party vibe intensified throughout the night, climaxing after 11:00 pm.

Originating in Trelawny, Cabana Beach Daze saw three successful executions in that parish. Buoyed by this success, the promoters hopped across to St Ann last year.

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