JM | Jul 3, 2022

Patrons flock high-spirited events in Black River and Mandeville

/ Our Today

Red Stripe Brand Manager Nathan Nelms shares a photograph with Andrew Bellamy, JLP councillor for the Mona division.

Last Sunday was filled with excitement as patrons flocked to two events in Black River, St Elizabeth and Mandeville, Manchester.

Party goers turned out in their numbers to the Red Stripe sponsored Sunset at the Beach and Acoustic Live Setting, hosted in Black River and Mandeville, respectively. Engaging the audience in lively performances at Sunset on the Beach were D’Yani, Teejay, and Marcy Chin.

Meanwhile, Yaksta kept the crowd on its feet at Acoustic Live Setting. These high-spirited events provided a sneak peek of what’s to come as Reggae Sumfest 2022 rapidly approaches. Our Today brings you the highlights in photography.

Sunset on the Beach

Andrew Bellamy (left), JLP councillor for the Mona Division, and Floyd Green, minister without portfolio in the Office of the Prime Minister, share a photograph.
Horace Hall, CEO of Vybrant Auto Parts and Antwayne Campbell, Nation Choice Ltd’s distribution manager, were in high spirits.
Recording artiste D’Yani makes a statement with his pose.
Zavia Mayne (right), minister of state in the Ministry of National Security, and Dave Chow engage in conversation.
Desha Ravers showed up and showed out.

Acoustics Live at Golf View Hotel

Britanya Moore looks lovely in white as she poses for a quick photo.
Alicia-Ann Roxborough is looking cute by the poolside.


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