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Appleton Uberblue delivers

(PHOTO: ACEION CUNNINGHAM) Appleton Uberblue delivers BY ACEION CUNNINGHAM Observer West writer MONTEGO BAY, St James

Thursday, April 17, 2014    

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Appleton Uberblue has built a reputation for delivering quality entertainment, and the most recent staging at Pier One in Montego Bay themed the 'Klub Euro' experience last week, lived up to that well earned status.

Entry into the party immediately drew one's attention to the choreographed shadow dancers and the classily done décor with strategically placed spotlights. The décor inside the venue mirrored the outside with its use of fabrics and lights for a more intimate feel and an attractive VIP lounge decked out with bar, plush sofas and ottomans.

Appleton Uberblue is a signature event for the discerning partygoers in Montego Bay, who donned their finest garbs, with some even sticking to the theme of previous years, where they wore something blue.

DJ Crazy Neil got the party started with the right vibes with song selections ranging from dance music, dancehall and pop music. However, it was his jaunt into soca music that really got the crowd going, drawing on the latest soca hits that brought the crowd to a frenzy, and was only punctuated by the flame throwers on the outside.

DJ Jigga took over the controls and wasted no time in keeping the energy high with his set dedicated to the ladies from dancehall's finest.

DJ Blu was up next and maintained the tempo by keeping it hardcore dancehall for a crowd that was clearly out to party.

Of course no party is complete without the fuel for ignition and the bar was kept busy serving up Moet Rose, Hennessy, Appleton and whatever else was desired.

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