Wednesday, March 22, 2023

Jamaica's most recognised Carnival band, Bacchanal Jamaica, whet socaphiles' appetites last Saturday with Rum For Breakfast (RFB) — its hot-ticket, all-inclusive party.

The breakfast, rum, and revelling formula continues to be a winner, luring hundreds to the Sparkles Production-organised event at Hope Zoo. The sizeable crowd raved to energetic sets from, among others, Marlon Musique, Patrick the Hypeman, and DJ Cyclone.

The fête was the perfect warm-up for Bacchanal Friday's 21st anniversary event and certainly got the countdown started for Carnival Sunday on April 16.

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<strong id="strong-fdadde6807508544f38f4eba7e83ac3a">Outside Again – </strong>From left: Fabiana Byles, Ashleigh Azan, Grace Neville, Jackie Groves, Joseph Williams, Amanda Azan, and Talia Mullings made #RFB their preferred party destination.(Photo: Karl Mclarty)
<strong id="strong-96afd58675c492de5e7306e060954bc4">Soca Famalay – </strong>From left: Kevin Cushnie, Elena Lynch, Leisha Wong and Alina Apostol were out for a good time. (Photo: Karl Mclarty)
<strong id="strong-312c4c8bc3ca5f173c45be38530870c6">For Views – </strong>Social media influencer and YouTuber Shameika Gordon was pretty in pink. (Photo: Karl Mclarty)
<strong id="strong-bfddeb8664f79b583f30b538a8ab0567">Pretty Gang – </strong> From left: Circle Medical Patient Care Coordinator Christina Lindo, NCB Marketing Projects Officer Karice Thomson, and physical therapist Dana Campbell were the ultimate girl squad.(Photo: Karl Mclarty)
(Photo: Karl Mclarty)
<strong id="strong-1b2de813b16b750e6ccb5cc63f7f6c20">10 Outta 10 – </strong>Sportsmax TV host Mariah Ramharack was uber-chic in a maxi dress from Fashion Nova. (Photo: Karl Mclarty)
<strong id="strong-8b3f18c28db2ba3539e2ec02f150897e">Dear Promoter</strong> – Bacchanal Jamaica co-director Nicholas Franklin and belle Amanda McMorris were totally on-brand.(Photo: Karl Mclarty)

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