Full house for Mello Vibes
A section of the Mello Vibes crowd

DESPITE several entertainment offerings to choose from last Saturday night, Mello Vibes was again a blockbuster affair.

Held at the Mas Camp in St Andrew, the event attracted a large turnout of patrons who were all eager to take the musical trip down memory lane.

ZJ Liquid, along with DJs Krazy Kris and Nico Bam Bam, held patrons in a musical spell as each ran through the list of hits unchecked.

Promoter Omar Perrin said he was pleased with the evening's turn of events.

"It was simply amazing. The highlight for me were the fireworks to celebrate our return to the Mas Camp after three long years and then to close out our 21st anniversary. The DJs were very diverse in their musical selections, and they played every genre of music very well. They delivered their A game as they had promised and patrons have messaged us saying they got their money's worth," said Perrin.

ZJ Liquid gave the event thumbs up.

"Saturday night was next level. It was an amazing vibe and the people were all into the energy," ZJ Liquid told the Jamaica Observer.

Liquid continued, "When I reached and saw the parking lot with all those vehicles I had it in my mind that I had to go hard and bring something special to the patrons. Big up to the Mello Vibes patrons, the promoters, and Krazy Kris; it's always a pleasure sharing the same stage with him."

DJ Krazy Kris said he had a whale of a time.

"As a professional DJ, you learn to read the crowd and feed off their energy. Look at how the patrons are singing and dancing and carrying on. That's pretty much how I deal with it. And they always come to Mello Vibes with their vibe and energy, so that's a plus too," said Krazy Kris.

Abs-solutely fabulous!
Making a fashion statement at Mello Vibes
More than worthy!
ZJ Liquid*** single column ***
DJ Krazy Kris
A section of the crowd attending Mello Vibes at Mas Camp in St Andrew last Saturday.
Kevin Jackson

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