Strictly 2K at Mas Camp

Friday, May 24, 2019

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In March, promoters of Strictly 2K Best of The 2000s, headed to Mandeville for their first event of the year. The latest edition unfolds today at Mas Camp in St Andrew, with a cadre of selectors and disc jockeys tasked to take patrons on a nostalgic ride.

They include ZJ Chrome, ZJ Johnny Kool, Kurt Riley and Chaddy G.

“We had a really good feedback in Mandeville and we've decided to look at other areas outside of Kingston for future stagings,” said IB Konteh, marketing and communications director for Strictly 2K.

“This edition is dubbed Dancers Boom, so patrons can expect non-stop dancing and high-energy music from our DJs. This is a celebration of dancing and the best era of music,” he added.

First held in December 2016, Strictly 2K continues to grow. Initially, there were two shows a year but that has increased to four.

“We did Mandeville in March, so we have Ocho Rios in August and we will be back at the Mas Camp in December. It will be our first time going to Ocho Rios,” said Konteh.

Strictly 2K has also been held in New York and Florida.

— Kevin Jackson

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