Floating Grill & Spill's back
Enjoying the delectables

AFTER a two-year break due to COVID-19, Floating Grill and Spill makes a return to the entertainment calendar at the Mona Hockey Field in St Andrew on Sunday, August 14.

The promoters say they're treating the four-year-old series as if it were the first one.

"This staging will be extremely unique because as a staple event, we're treating this event as the first one. There are partygoers who haven't experienced Floating due to the pandemic and we wanted to get a whole different package. It's going to be an awesome vibe," co-promoter Romier McCarthy told the Jamaica Observer.

Since its inception in August 2018, Floating Grill and Spill has emerged as one of the most anticipated food-inclusive events on the party calendar.

A section of the crowd attending a previous staging of Floating Grill and Spill.
Putting her best leg forward

"What patrons can look forward to is food display, food expressions on a whole new level. We pride ourselves from pot to plate. Live cooking and it will be off the chain," said McCarthy.

He continued, "Patrons can come out and transport their minds to a place of peace and pleasure through great music selections."

McCarthy dubbed the line-up of DJs as the fantastic four. Billed to create the party vibe and transport patrons to musical haven are DJ Nova, DJ Wylyphe, DJ Mac and Coppershot.

Among the sponsors who have thrown their support behind this staging of Floating are JF Mills, Wray & Nephew, Swiss, Tru Juice and 876 Water.

"Our sponsors have been the highlight of staging this event. How they have embraced brand Floating and how we have managed to integrate the respective brands with each other. I'd like to commend the sponsors for coming on board and making this one possible," McCarthy said.

What's in my cup?
Flashing a smile
All smiles at Floating Grill and Spill
BY KEVIN JACKSON Observer writer

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