FRi~NALLY marks three-year milestone
(L-R) It was the third anniversary of FRi~NALLY, the official weekend kickstarter founded by the marketer phenomena turned FRi~NALLY promoter Jared Samuel and multi-faceted business partner and former finance manager Daniel Wong.

WEEKLY soiree FRi~NALLY marked its third anniversary with a well-received performance from Munga Honorable at the RWC Courtyard at 36 Hope Road in St Andrew, November 18.

The event series is sponsored by Worthy Park Estate.

Co-promoter Daniel Wong was pleased with the event's staging, while looking at his vision for the next year.

"FRi~NALLY will come back bigger and better in 2023 while continuing to maintain and distinguish ourselves as Kingston's hottest Friday night series," he said.

Music industry players Ras-I, Esco Da Shocker, and Kevyn Voicemail were spotted. Pro footballer Leon Bailey made his appearance around 12:30 am, a few hours before Munga Honorable graced the stage.

Munga Honorable dazzled the audience with a collection of songs, including favourites such as Nah Mad Ova Nuh Gal, Wine Pon It, and Bad From Mi Born. Guests were also treated to a surprise serving of D'Yani.

Co-promoter Jared Samuel says the team wanted to bring a new energy to Friday nights.

"Munga's status in the industry brings about a special following. We wanted to give a different vibe for our third anniversary," he said.

"As we looked around we noticed that FRi~NALLY has become a staple on the Friday night event calendar for patrons looking for a top-end party experience, with the down-to-earth energy dancehall music is known for," he continued.

Worthy Park Estate's Marketing Manager Tamika West was on hand to speak about the partnership. "Worthy Park Select has been sponsoring FRi~NALLY since summer 2021. We're excited to see how the series continues to grow with us as we grow our awareness in the market," she added.

FRi~NALLY's final event of the year is slated for December 2.

You never know who's going to show up at FRi~NALLY. Professional footballer Leon Bailey made sure he was there to support.
Munga Honorable is worthy of all accolades as he blessed the stage with hits spanning a decade to commemorate FRi~NALLY's third anniversary.
Producer and songwriter Esco Da Shocker (left) and friend were spotted at FRi~NALLY.
D'Yani
A section of the crowd attending FRi~NALLY's third anniversary party held at the RWC Courtyard at 36 Hope Road in St Andrew on November 18.

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