Saturday, March 4, 2023

Page 2 wraps coverage from the Lost In Time Festival, a music spectacular engineered by Grammy-nominated artiste Protoje.

The event, held at Palm Drive, Hope Gardens, on February 25, proved to be the perfect girls' night out as gal pals, from as early as 4:00pm spread blankets, got comfy, and geared up for what promised to be an awesome show.

They were treated to performances from early acts like Naomi Cowan and Jaz Elise before Mortimer, Jesse Royal, Lila Iké, Protoje, and his celebrity friends delivered top-notch sets as phone screens lit up the night sky.

Here are more highlights.

Squad Goals - Enjoying a girls' night out were (from left) dancer Kimmiee Mason, Customer Service Representative Thalia Bembridge, model Shauna-Kay Williams, and team manager Shontae Morgan. (Photo: Karl Mclarty)
Freeze Frames - With their fave Jesse Royal up next, it was hard getting friends Chrysannae Mason (left) and Noria Eccleston to peel their eyes from the stage, but we managed to steal a snapshot! (Photo: Karl Mclarty)
LookingThe Part - CIBC FirstCaribbean Director of Digital Banking Stacy Belnavis (left) and Arel Limited CEO Patricia Henry gave biker-chic vibes! (Photo: Karl Mclarty)
Be My Guest - Lila Iké fan Serena Morgan (left) brought her friend Keishan McKenzie out to party. (Photo: Karl Mclarty)
PrettyLittle Things - From left: Kayla Llewellyn, Petrina Brown and Donelle Stewart were trendy in looks from PLT. (Photo: Karl Mclarty)
Point Blanc - Finance director at Red Stripe Yaniece Gentles (left) and If Walls Could Talk and The Hub, Coworking Limited Managing Director Joelle Smith rocked all-white. (Photo: Karl Mclarty)
Break Time Gal pals Juleen Gentles (left) and Rochelle Pinnock were spotted indulging in a food break between the Lila Iké and Protoje performance. (Photo: Karl Mclarty)
Deux Of A Kind Christina Williamson (left) and Danyelle Pike were quite the fab duo. (Photo: Karl Mclarty)

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