Saturday, September 24, 2022

Dream Weekend is spreading its tentacles! With the iconic Empire State Building as the backdrop, Dream Entertainment hosted the launch party for the New York leg of its flagship event Dream Weekend, on Sunday, in Brooklyn.

Page 2 shares highlights of some of the 'Dreamers' who came out to relish the moment.

Party in the USARay Martin (left), New York City's deputy director, Mayor office of Nightlife, Media and Entertainment, shared lens times with the Dream Entertainment team (from second left) chairman Kamal Bankay, sales director Ron Burke and managing director Scott Dunn.Dream Weekend
'Stepp' on the SceneInternational dancehall dancing duo Jason "Treestepp" Byers and his wife Veronika (left) partied alongside Jamaican-American fashion model Stewella Daville.Dream Weekend
It's A Family AffairNew York man-about-town Raymond Charlton was flanked by his daughter Kassidy Charlton (left) and niece Isis McIntosh.Dream Weekend
Project: New YorkDream Entertainment Project manager Kandice Katwaroo (left) and Deh Abroad Village - New York director Farhana Khan were all smiles when the Page 2 lens caught them at the launch party.Dream Weekend
Date Night?New York businessman Dwight Geddes and his wife Katy traded in Sunday evening home comforts for a night out on the townDream Weekend
Chief In TownDream Entertainment Sales and Marketing Manager Chieftin Campbell paused from welcoming guests for a quick snap.Dream Weekend
Model BehaviorEducator Shari Henriques channelled her inner model as she entered the Dream Weekend launch party on Sunday.Dream Weekend
City HoppingSports management professional Kendra Lorenzo jetted in from Miami to enjoy the festivities in Brooklyn.Dream Weekend
Dream Weekend

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