I-Octane delivers at Pier Pressure

Thursday, April 20, 2017    

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MONTEGO BAY, St James — Montego Bay’s premier Friday night event was relaunched last week Friday when Appleton Estate officially presented Pier Pressure at the resort city’s hot spot, Pier 1.

Patrons were in for a double dose of fanfare as Appleton Estate Pier Pressure kicked off the carnival week of feting with the ‘Carnival Unmasked’ theme.

Vibrant soca and dancehall fusion, along with Appleton Estate V/X Signature Blend specials, set the ambiance for what can aptly be described as a night to remember.

Partygoers danced to the musical selections of guest disc jocks DJ Smoke and house DJ Baby Thug as the debut of the new partnership unfolded.

The vibes did not stop there as special guest artiste, I-Octane, delivered a live performance that found favour with party patrons.

The artiste thrilled with hits from his arsenal including Wine and Jiggle, Lose a Friend, Buss a Blank, Mama You Alone, and Love You Like I Do. After receiving an encore, I-Octane delivered an extended performance to conclude the night’s festivities.

Marketing manager at J Wray & Nephew Limited, Tamika West, had high praises for the event.

“Pier 1 is this year observing its 30th anniversary and as one of the most loved entertainment locations in the island, we were pleased to come onboard to partner with the Appleton Estate Pier Pressure event series,” she said.

“Our partnership could not be a more fortuitous one, as together we present a celebration of music, dance and spirited energy to lead Carnival week and beyond.”





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