Retro Flexx — all-night dancing fun
ZJ Liquid during his set at Retro Flexx.

Retro Flexx, the 80s and 90s party, was a hit with patrons at Mas Camp in Kingston on May 6.

Themed the Sexy Edition, female patrons stuck to the dress code and were seductively attired in shorts, mini skirts and tight dresses.

The event attracted a large number of patrons who were eager to be taken on a nostalgic journey down memory lane.

DJ Liquid, Ice and Denvo steered the musical delights that had patrons dancing all night.

Promoter of the event Sheldon McIntosh was pleased with how the evening unfolded.

"I am definitely pleased with the turnout of the event. Our patrons came out early and enjoyed themselves throughout the evening. All the DJs stuck to the assignment and delivered," he told the Jamaica Observer.

"What stood out for me was seeing the patrons having fun and experiencing some of the best 80s and 90s music. I enjoyed the giveaway that we had done and seeing the joyful look on our lucky winners. Somebody won a 55-inch TV and the other a microwave," said the promoter.

McIntosh shared how the now-well-supported event had begun and explained its growth over the years.

"The event was conceptualised from my passion for music. I wanted to have something to represent my admiration for 80s and 90s music.

"Retro Flexx started in 2012 at the Waterfalls in [Liguanea, St Andrew], and we grew until we outgrew the venue. We decided to move to Mas Camp in 2019 to accommodate our fast-growing number of patrons," McIntosh said.

"This [last] staging was definitely something to behold, and the evidence is their on our social media pages in which we were able to showcase the happenings of the event. I want people to visit our Instagram page and other social media platforms to know when the next staging of our event will be. Don't let this one miss you," he said.

Kediesha Perry

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