2024 Dream Weekend early bird season passes 99% sold out
Patrons at the Campari Dream Weekend's Daydreams White Sands event held on July 29 in Negril.

Mere days after the successful staging of the 2023 Campari Dream Weekend party series, 99 per cent of current early bird VIP season passes for next year's staging are already sold out.

Partygoers for the annual Campari Dream Weekend have also flocked to the first-ever payment plan option that was recently implemented by the organisers for the August 2-6, 2024 parties .

The last Campari Dream Weekend was held recently between July 28 and August 1 in Negril, Westmoreland. The exhilarating event saw both new and old school local entertainers such as Shenseea, Stalk Ashley, Ding Dong, Teejay, Valiant, Wayne Wonder, among others and international sensation, Stefflon Don at the respective events Celebrity Playground, YUSH, World Vibes, Island Beats, Daydreams, Wet N Wild, Mawnin After, and Igloo.

The star-studded event was well attended as patrons enjoyed the entertainment package from each celebrity who brought their own vibe and stage presence to the shows, wowing their fans and giving them the entertainment value expected from Dream Weekend 2023.

During an interview on Wednesday, Scott Dunn, managing director, Dream Entertainment Limited, was excited that loyal patrons have already committed to purchasing their tickets nearly one year in advance.

"We are seeing record sales! The last staging may have been our best year ever. We had great numbers and an incredible vibe," Dunn said.

For his part, Mark Telfer, brand manager, Campari is pleased that the 2023 parties were all sold-out and patrons are already grabbing the opportunity to have passes for 2024.

"With 99 per cent of tickets being sold out at current price within two weeks after the climax of another successful staging of the series of parties, this shows you how much patrons from both local and overseas truly value Campari Dream Weekend, and how satisfied they were with the last staging," Telfer said.

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