Eternal Sunshine at Soirée::SPF

Saturday, August 11, 2018

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M7 Events did it again! Boho vibes returned to Pearly Beach for the final day of “Jamaica's ultimate high-energy summer holiday weekend.” Soirée::SPF was an amazing party. It was well supported, and by the advertised wrap time of 7:00 pm there were no signs that patrons were slowing down.

The majority of partiers didn't show up until after 4:00 pm but this was to be expected. A number of patrons travelled from Kingston and Dream Weekend in Negril to attend. But let's be honest: the late arrivals were planned. The entrance could have easily been confused for a fashion week resort presentation. Guests did not restrain themselves! The outfits were a solid showing of Jamaican creativity, taste level and affinity for colour.

The high-energy partygoers seemed to be powered by the sun's rays. As hot as it was, the majority of patrons stayed out of the water, choosing instead to dance up a sweat. They were indefatigable. Good thing there were ample refuelling options on hand. The delicious food and premium drinks were consumed with relish. It was a marvellous event and a delightful way to spend a day with friends.

Until next year, Saturday Social says “au revoir” to Soirée::SPF.

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