Daybreak heads to Sabina Park

Daybreak heads to Sabina Park

BY KEVIN JACKSON
Observer Writer

Saturday, December 14, 2019

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Promoters of Daybreak Breakfast Party are promising a bigger and better staging at next Saturday's execution, at Sabina Park in Kingston.

“Patrons should expect one of the biggest and most amazing stagings next week Saturday. The feedback from patrons has allowed us to continue finding creative ways to exceed their expectations through breathtaking decor, delectable, multi-national cuisines, carefully selected DJs, and a wide range of assorted liquor,” explained event coordinator Jywanza Hall of the Network.

Booked to provide a plethora of musical treats are in-demand selectors Johnny Kool, Jazzy T, DJ Mario and DJ Franco Bloodline.

Since its first staging in December 2016, Daybreak Breakfast Party has consistently attracted a large turnout of patrons. The promoters foresee a continutaton of this trend at next weekend's staging.

Daybreak has been held six times this year. Two have been held in Florida, another two in New York and two in Jamaica.


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