'Painted Fantasy Island' set for Negril next month

WESTMORELAND, Jamaica - Paint, the famed paint party, will kick off the summer series of events that Negril is internationally renowned for at Cayenne Beach in the tourism resort town on Saturday, June 24.

Reputed to be the biggest paint festival in Jamaica, Paint is expected to continue to pull patrons from all over the island for a night of revelry in music, refreshments, paint, powder and water.

Patrons can expect a night of high-energy entertainment by top disc jockeys, as well as the usual abundance of paint, powder and water at this year's staging, dubbed "Painted Fantasy Island".

Early bird tickets for this drink inclusive event are on sale now in outlets and online at Ticketgateway.com/paintedjamaica at a cost of $4,500 and will run until the end of May or until stocks last.

" We continue to raise the bar with each staging with the entire event delivery to our loyal patrons, from sound, lighting, decor to every single ingredient that cultivates a successful event and we are proud of the brand and look forward to even greater things this year and beyond " Glenton Rowe, one of the promoters of Painted told the OBSERVER ONLINE.

Painted is celebrating 12 years, with over 15 stagings in Negril, the home of the event, Montego Bay, Kingston and Miami.

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