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Supernova set to dazzle in Rose Hall

BY ACEION CUNNINGHAM Observer West writer

Thursday, March 16, 2017    

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ROSE HALL, St James — The fourth staging of Charley’s JB Rum-sponsored Supernova ‘Magic City’ is set to dazzle patrons this Saturday at the Aqueduct at Rose Hall in St James.

The event, which is quickly becoming a new bright star on the party calendar of Montego Bay due to its delivery on good party experience, promises patrons a ‘magical experience’.

With its focus on strong visuals, less interruption in the flow of music, and patron packages, it has quickly gained popularity among partygoers in the west.

Popular Montego Bay disc jockeys, DJ Kentucky and DJ Scott the Supreme, and Kingston-based ZJ Chrome, who is widely regarded as one of the best due to his strong following and productions, have been entrusted with music side of things for the party.


“This year’s focus is appealing to the senses of our patrons. We want them to see the marvelous production design that we have in store, as well as the epic light show that will kick off at 10:00pm,” said Dwight Troupe, the production manager of the event.

“We have an amazing set design for this year’s event and, to be honest, we are marvelled at the prospect of execution. This will be nothing like ever before seen; we are a production company and we are pulling out all the resources to deliver on an epic experience,” added Troupe.

In addition to the drink-inclusive offer, patrons will have the opportunity to indulge their taste buds in the food-inclusive VIP package.

Additionally, patrons can also utilise the private Cabana package, which includes a myriad amenities, including premium liquor and a personal hostess.

General admission to the event is $1,500 pre-sold, $2,200 at the gate, while VIP tickets cost $3,000 pre-sold and $4,500 at the gate. The event is down for an 8:00 pm start.

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