Entertainment

Smoke Infinity blazed in Mandeville

By Kevin Jackson
Observer writer

Saturday, March 17, 2018

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Caledonia Road in Mandeville was the scene of a blazing musical inferno last Saturday. It was the sixth staging of Smoke Infinity Ripples Inferno, and patrons certainly had a great time.

With musical spin doctors Bad Coolie and DJ Troy, Chromatic, DJ Malik, DJ Marvin and DJ Timeless providing the musical thrills, patrons danced up a storm to current hits — from dancehall to reggae, EDM, hip hop and house music.

According to promoter Smoke Infinity, he was overwhelmed by the large turnout of patrons.

“We were very overwhelmed with the support and we look forward to hosting the event in Mandeville in the future. On behalf of the team, I would like to take the opportunity to thank our sponsors, patrons and disc jocks whose support made this a success,” he told Jamaica Observer.

With high-energy vibes, blazing torches and ladies dressed to impress, the party certainly lived up to expectations.

“Each DJ brought their own twist to the event and this helped in the overall atmosphere that had patrons dancing from start to finish. For me, the highlight was the patrons themselves. They came out dressed to impress and they didn't hesitate to get lost in the music and the moment,” said Smoke Infinity.

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