Champagne Wishes promises excitement

Saturday, March 17, 2018

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GIVING back to the less fortunate has always been an undertaking by disc jock/selector Chris Dymond. Part proceeds from his annual party Champagne Wishes will go towards the Walkers Place of Safety in Kingston which was recently destroyed by fire.

“I was really moved by the tragedy and even though they have been getting some help, I decided that I wanted to play my part as well,” Dymond told Jamaica Observer.

Champagne Wishes is scheduled for Club Celeb on Molynes Road (next door to Olympia Crown hotel) in Kingston on March 28. Music will be provided by Team Shella and Little Richie the Juggling General. It will be hosted by Boom Boom and Harry Hype.

The popular Code Red disc jock started Champagne Wishes in 2010. Since then, the event has been one of the anticipated ones on the dancehall entertainment calendar.

“The main objective of this event since inception was to have an event that stood out and had that vibe and feeling that's affiliated with the thought of popping champagne. It's all about celebration, happiness and having good vibes,” said Dymond.

He outlined what patrons can expect at this year's staging.

“Patrons can expect the same great vibe and safe environment, lots of giveaways, champagne popping and great music,” he said.

— Kevin Jackson

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