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Scenes from the Absinthe party, The Black and White Edition, held at The Terrace, Sagicor Building, New Kingston, last Saturday night. – Winston Sill photos

 

Promoters Syndicate Events brought Absinthe to New Kingston last Saturday, following summer’s staging at the Morgan’s Harbour Hotel.

Despite not packing the same energy level as the beach episode, the latest staging of Absinthe still managed to keep its loyalists entertained until minutes after 3 a.m.

Were you in attendance? If not, you missed an event that offered decent vibes, and a sociable atmosphere that was ideal for revelry. If you were there then you must now be echoing similar sentiments.

The event saw a strong turnout of patrons, however, the dance floor wasn’t packed to capacity until minutes after 2 a.m.

Male patrons stuck to the usual sporty outfits like hats, jeans and trendy jackets, while the females dressed semi-formal, donning close-fitted dresses and heels. Others were apparently still feeling the summer vibes and opted to wear short shorts and flats.

The bartenders were kept busy all night as patrons made use of Red Stripe bucket deals courtesy of the title sponsors.

Music resonated throughout the venue as DJ Sanjay, DJ Nicco and Renaissance mixed their own special brew of musical delights for patrons.

The $1,000 at the gate admission made perfect sense, as the patrons got their money’s worth.

This staging of Absinthe was not food nor liquor inclusive, but the patrons certainly did not seem disappointed as the event was definitely entertainment inclusive.

 

By: CURTIS CAMPBELL, STAR Writer

For the original report go to http://jamaica-star.com/thestar/20130910/ent/ent3.html 

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