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Sandz pulls large crowd

Saturday, August 12, 2017

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A large crowd that converged at the Constant Spring Golf Club in St Andrew on Monday for the second staging of the Off-Shore edition of popular party series Sandz.

Promoted by the Supreme Team, Sandz is a well-known cooler party which delivers “unadulterated and undiluted fun and excitement” to patrons with each staging.

“This is the second time that we are doing an off-shore edition and it was a good look. The patrons came out, the vibes great, high energy and lots of hot girls,” Jermane “Jigga” Davis, a member of the Supreme Team, told the Jamaica Observer.

Sound systems and selectors tasked with providing the musical ambience included X Factor Sound, Code Red, Chris Dymond and Chromatic. They provided a kaleidoscope of musical genres including hip-hop, dancehall, EDM and R&B treats.Patrons partied non-stop.

Seen among the throng of partygoers were recording artiste Sean Kingston, Tommy Lee Sparta and producer Jamie Roberts.

Davis explained the growth of the Sandz series.

“Since our first staging we have seen the growth in the number of patrons, the size of the venue and the décor.”

— Kevin Jackson

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