Musical treats to be served at Funch

Saturday, May 12, 2018

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When Funch takes place on Labour Day, May 23, the likes of DJ Lank of Code Red, ZJ Nova, X Factor Sound, and VJ Malik will serve up the musical treats.

Now in its second staging, Funch promises to fill a void on the local entertainment scene.

“The overall objective of Frunch is to actually fill a different gap in the entertainment and food industry, where people can enjoy a movement, not only in the day, but to also open people's eyes to different cultures of food,” said co-promoter Shane Buchanan of the Buchanan Group.

“Funch has matriculated into brunch society which Jamaicans seemingly have welcomed with open arms. Our target demographic is young professionals who are enthusiasts in the satisfaction of their taste buds,” he continued.

Nine West King's House Road is the venue for Funch and patrons can enjoy a wide assortment of delectable treats while grooving to popular musical treats.

The first Funch was held at the same venue in December 2017.

— Kevin Jackson

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