MAPS turns three

Observer writer

Saturday, January 27, 2018

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Since its first staging in February 2015, the popular MAPS (Music and Pool Series) has evolved into one of the most anticipated events on the entertainment radar.

Promoted three times annually, MAPS has been held in Kingston, Boscobel (St Mary), Ocho Rios and Montego Bay. The brand has expanded outside of Jamaica, with two events held in Florida.

“MAPS has evolved greatly over the past three years. We have visited Montego Bay, Ocho Rios, Boscobel and even South Florida,” said director Cadeem Mullings.

Mullings and his team are pleased with the party's evolution and plan to make their third anniversary scheduled for Sunday, February 4 at the Rockfort Mineral Spa, a spectacular affair.

“The third anniversary is special to us, as it signifies an important milestone that a lot of parties haven't attained. With that said, we are bringing MAPS back home to Rockfort Mineral Spa and patrons are in for a great time,” said Mullings.

He spoke about the highlight of the series over the past three years.

“The highlight of the party has always been the fact that MAPS is the only pool party in Jamaica where patrons party inside the pool! Our swim-up bar is unique to MAPS and our supporters love it.”

At next Sunday's event, dubbed the Ultimate Day Rave, Coppershot, DJ Nicco, Team Shella and DJ Champy have been commissioned to provide the musical offerings to keep patrons entertained.

MAPS was first held at East Kirkland Heights in February 2015.

“MAPS was started on my verandah one night while I was scrolling through Instagram. I saw an idea for a Sunday pool party at a hotel and that's how it came to life,” said Mullings.

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