MoBay rings in the new year in style

Thursday, January 03, 2019

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Scores of revellers turned out to usher in the new year at several themed parties at the main party spots in Montego Bay on Monday night.

The Jamaica Observer West Entertainment team checked in at some of the locations where each offered food and drink inclusive packages to woo patrons, coupled with party favours, including hats and whistles and fireworks, champagne at midnight and red carpet production touches.

Lively music also formed a part of the offerings.

The team checked in at Hard Rock Café Montego Bay for Midnight at the Oasis where the party was in full swing with a live band working on the inside, while DJs set the vibe outside at the poolside. We headed to Pier One next for Twist Hollywood where the traffic to get in was slowed to a long, slow crawl.

Over at Margaritaville and Blue Beat Ultra Lounge partygoers also checked in for the Hollywood styled theme complete with red carpet, flashing lights and interviews on the carpet.

Scores of patrons also lined the streets along Howard Cooke Boulevard and Jimmy Cliff Boulevard to get a glimpse of the fireworks and revel in the festive vibe on the biggest party night of the year.

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