Fifth staging of Supernova set for Rose Hall Aqueduct

Observer West writer

Thursday, March 08, 2018

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MONTEGO BAY, St James - The fifth anniversary celebrations of Supernova Magic City is set to unfold at the Rose Hall Aqueduct on Saturday, March 17.

The event, billed as Montego Bay's number one all-inclusive party, has lit up the party scene since inception with dazzling laser and light shows, and this year the promoters are promising even more spectacular displays.

The event has attracted scores of partygoers with its fabulous décor, tasty fare and strict more-music-less-talk policy, from its selectors.

“We are in our fifth year and we want to make it special, the patrons have stuck with us and we are looking on putting on the best party experience we can deliver, said Dwight Troupe, director, Dreamworx Entertainment.

“Due to the security measures in St James we had to change our running time. We are starting earlier, but we think that this is great opportunity for persons to really enjoy the venue as it is really beautiful,” he explained.

“Patrons can take advantage of the beach vibe this year, in previous years we have never really got a chance to explore this option. We are asking persons to come out early as we intend to go full tilt and just party within the specified time,” Troupe added.

The all Montego Bay-based DJ line-up billed to handle musical juggling on the night includes the widely popular DJ Kentucky; party favourite DJ Blu has also been rostered, as well as 'vibes man' DJ Crazy Chris.

Admission packages range from $2,000 pre-sold with mixed drinks inclusive, a VIP package for $4,000 pre-sold with gourmet delights and premium drinks, and a Sky Cabana package for $60,000 with party favours, two premium bottles, concierge service with six VIP passes and parking, as part of the trimmings.

Ticket outlets include David & Subs and Pier One in Montego Bay, Parts to Go in Trelawny, and Italian Café in Negril. The event kicks off at 2:00 pm and runs until 10:00 pm.

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