All set for ‘Premium Toast’ breakfast party
A patron blows a kiss during a previous staging of ‘Premium Toast the All-Inclusive Breakfast Party’

BILLED as the most-anticipated party for Labour Day, ‘Premium Toast The All Inclusive Breakfast Party’ is scheduled for the Port Royal Pier in Kingston today.

One of the promoters of the event, Sanjay Blake is urging party goers to not miss this all-inclusive morning event.

“We are just a couple days away from Premium Toast, the most anticipated event for Labour Day. We have a great line of DJs and I believe they are going to shell the party. Our line up of DJs include Kurt Riley, DJ Richie Ras, Fade Mike, Bambino, Sanja B, Ricky and Tyler.

“We are bringing the vibe to Port Royal and, of course, the pier is considered to be the jewel of the historic harbour. For this reason, we believe that the ambience of the venue will be totally out of this world and the decor we plan to have will be nothing but premium,” Blake said.

Premium Toast was last held on July 14, 2019.

— Jason Tulloch

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