Morning Bliss went all white

Morning Bliss went all white

Observer Writer

Saturday, October 20, 2018

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The Lyssons beach in St Thomas was the venue for the Heroes' Day staging of Morning Bliss. It was the first anniversary of the breakfast party series and it attracted a large number of patrons, most of whom stuck to the all-white theme.

Aside from good food and body-rocking music, patrons enjoyed live performances from the likes of Jahvinci, Pamputtae, wheel chair-bound artiste Real VI, Shauna Chynn and Jada Kingdom.

“The turnout was huge and patrons had a good time. We are pleased with the way things went and we are already in planning mode for the next staging in 2019,” said promoter Junior Bloodline.

Despite a downpour of rain, patrons remained and soaked up the vibes that permeated the venue.

“Our loyal patrons who believe in us stood in the rain enjoying the event, while others sought shelter under the trees on the beach. The event was promoted and marketed the right way and this resulted in the turnout that we got. The set-up at the venue was also great,” he added.

The event targets a demographic of 18 years old to 35. The musical mayhem was led by a cadre of DJs including Supa Hype, Team Shella, Di Unit and ZJ Liquid.

Morning Bliss is held three times yearly. The next staging is set for March 6 at the same venue.

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