Mello Vibes for Mas Camp tonight
A patron gets lost in the music at a previous staging of Mellow Vibes.

RETRO party series Mello Vibes returns to its spiritual home at Mas Camp in St Andrew tonight.

Omar Perrin is promoter of Mello Vibes.

"What patrons can expect is a premium retro experience filled with non-stop dancing. This is our third staging in Kingston and five months since our last staging and it's been three years since we were last at the Mas Camp," Perrin told the Jamaica Observer.

Mello Vibes has been one of those retro parties that deliver consistently, and Perrin said attention is paid to every aspect of the event.

"Our patrons keep coming back because of the consistency in every aspect of the event, especially the music," said Perrin.

Tasked with taking patrons down memory lane are ZJ Liquid, DJ Nico Bam Bam, and Kool FM's DJ Krazy Kris.

"Mello Vibes this Saturday night will be just what it says, vibes. Three great DJs, one big vibe, so come out and enjoy some great music. I will be bringing my 'A' game," Krazy Kris told the Observer.

According to Perrin, patrons will be catered to the minute they enter the venue.

"Upon entry between 9 pm and 10 pm, patrons will receive a complimentary drink courtesy of Worthy Park then. There will also be threesome deals of Rum Bar Rum Cream plus other drink specials all night. Come prepared to dance the night away with hits after hits," he said.

Patrons dancing up a storm at a previous staging of Mellow Vibes.
Mello Vibes promoter Omar Perrin (right) and Bounty Killer at a recent staging of Mello Vibes
Gal pals share lens time
Singing up a storm at Mellow Vibes
Kevin Jackson

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