Floating high on energy and vibe

Floating high on energy and vibe

Saturday, August 17, 2019

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This year's second staging of Floating Grill and Spill took place last Sunday at Mona Hockey Field in Kingston.

As has become the norm, Floating attracted a large turnout of patrons.

From the moment of entry to the venue, the vibe was evident. Non-stop partying and high-energy music, courtesy of DJ Mac, DJ Shella, Illusion Sound and ZJ Chrome, kept patrons moving to the latest hits.

Co-promoter Romier McCarthy shared the secret to the event's continued success.

“We have a diverse promo team that's also very dedicated. We also do deep research as to what patrons want and try to deliver as best as possible,” said McCarthy.

He added: “Patrons come out to experience a unique concept, which is a huge contrast between live cooking and partying at the same time.”

Floating was previously staged a few years before, however McCarthy and his team took over the reigns a year ago. Since then, they have had five stagings.

The next staging of Floating is scheduled for January 2020.

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