Fusion to rock on Jan 2

Saturday, December 30, 2017

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JULIUS “10 Star” Richards, organiser of Fusion at the Boat Dock, is promising patrons the time of their lives.

The event, now in its seventh year, is scheduled for 3B Port Royal Street, Kingston, on January 2.

“When people come to Fusion, they get an ambiance not present in other parties of this type along with good security, so all can party along all night,” Richards told the Jamaica Observer yesterday.

The promoter said the party has grown since its inception.

“We had a good turnout last year, around 1,200 to 1,500 people,” he said. “Last year we used the dock portion of the venue, this time we've expanded out into the parking lot to handle the crowd.”

Local celebrities are also expected to attend this party, as over the years Fusion has hosted big names in dancehall including Beenie Man and Bounty Killer.

Richards promises the décor and ambiance will be much better than previous events.

“That's why we're successful — our promotion team is top-knotch,” he said.

Fusion at the Boat Dock will see a musical line-up featuring Fyah Links and Tony Matterhorn amongst others. Once again, this year part proceeds will go to a charity of Richard's choice.

— Rory Daley




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