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Daybreak hits Florida

Saturday, February 23, 2019

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The Daybreak breakfast party series had its first staging in Florida last weekend.

The event — which is promoted by The Network, and Milk & Honey Events — attracted a large turnout of patrons at Miramar Regional Park amphitheatre.

“The overall vibe was great. We brought the morning-party vibes to Florida and the patrons enjoyed the event,” co-promoter Gerald Russell of The Network told the Jamaica Observer.

Over the past year a number of popular parties have expanded to Florida. They include Sandz, Caution, MAPS and Igloo.

Romaine “Luigi” Brown, co-promoter of The Network, said patrons' requests were the deciding factor for Daybreak to test the Florida party scene.

“Florida is a region that is heavily populated with Jamaicans, and they continuously send us messages on our social media pages requesting that we take the event to Florida. All we did was answer the calls,” said Brown.

Last September a staging of Daybreak was held in New York.

At Sunday's event the likes of Back 2 Basic and Tony Cross from New York, the Miami Dream Team, DJ Don Hot, and Ironheart Sound supplied the musical selections, which kept patrons dancing throughout the event.

Dancehall artistes Lincoln 3Dot, Popeye Caution, and selector Foota Hype were among those seen enjoying the vibes.

— Kevin Jackson


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