Pan Di Plaza a hit with patrons

Saturday, September 30, 2017

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The recent staging of Pan Di Plaza was a big hit with patrons. Held on Saturday, September 23, at the Mas Camp in St Andrew, the event drew a massive crowd which partied until the wee hours of Sunday morning.

Commissioned to spin a plethora of hits comprising reggae, dancehall and hip-hop were musical technicians Chromatic, Boom Boom, and Bishop Escobar.

“The vibe at Pan Di Plaza is not found everywhere. It's always something special, high energy from start to finish,” said event coordinator Carlton Davy.

This was the eighth staging of the Pan Di Plaza, which is promoted jointly by Soup King, Chromatic, and Yungkingz Entertainment.

The event attracted a diverse crowd, comprising business professionals, university students and dancehall aficionados.

Patrons came dressed to impress. Females readily posed for photographers while sipping on their favourite drink. Others spent the time catching up with friends.

First held in January 2015 at the Lyndhurst Road Plaza, Pan Di Plaza has grown steadily in attendance with each staging.

Davy promised that the next staging of the series will be just as exciting.

“The next Pan Di Plaza will be just as entertaining and filled with high energy. Just watch the press for details,” said Davy.

— Kevin Jacksonw




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