Fiction 2.0 reopens in style

Monday, August 14, 2017

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HUNDREDS of patrons — including entertainers, socialites, and young corporate executives — converged at the newly opened Fiction 2.0 at The Market Place on Constant Spring Road in St Andrew on the weekend.

“For the past six months we have been preparing for the Fiction 2.0 debut, and I am confident that this new space will offer the most innovative experience in the current night life scene. The unveiling of our second-to-none multi-purpose space is just a taste of what we will continue to bring to Jamaica and the Caribbean at large,” said David “Squeeze” Annakie, principal of Fiction 2.0 and CEO of LinkUp Media.

The nightclub now occupies the building which formerly housed the Odyssey Gaming Lounge and Casino. The lavishly designed space is showered with intricate and plush finishes. The venue features both indoor and outdoor experiences, including The Living Room Bar & Lounge mezzanine platform for beats and eats (akin to TAO International). There guests may enjoy a transitional experience of food, music and unfiltered good vibes.

“It's a whole new space... bigger and better with the same high-quality entertainment which Fiction patrons have become accustomed to,” said Yemi McGregor, an executive at Next PR Solutions — which handles Fiction 2.0's public relations.

McGregor said, as expected, the club had a dream opening.

“It was packed... all the tables were reserved. Entertainer Popcaan and the OVO crew had passed through. And on Saturday night, American reality TV star Vanessa Simmons — co-designer of Pastry shoe brand and daughter of Rev Run (of rap group RUN-DMC) — was present,” said the PR executive.

Patrons were kept highly entertained with selections from Creep Chromatic, Kevin Crown (from New York), DJ Nicco, Enzo, and their resident DJ Mario.

— Brian Bonitto




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