Nice Vibes at DayBreak at Sabina Park

January 09, 2016
Contributed by Sleek Jamaica Scenes from Daybreak that was held at Sabina Park in Kingston on December 19.
Contributed by Sleek Jamaica Scenes from Daybreak that was held at Sabina Park in Kingston on December 19.
Contributed by Sleek Jamaica Scenes from Daybreak that was held at Sabina Park in Kingston on December 19.
Contributed by Sleek Jamaica Scenes from Daybreak that was held at Sabina Park in Kingston on December 19.
Contributed by Sleek Jamaica Scenes from Daybreak that was held at Sabina Park in Kingston on December 19.
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It was a different kind of joyous cheer that came from patrons at the famous Sabina Park in Kingston, the iconic green field known around Jamaica and the Caribbean for the game of cricket.

The usual cries of "4" and "6" in a cricket match were replaced by "pull up" as partygoers enjoyed the wonderful vibe that was created at Daybreak, the breakfast party held at the venue on Saturday, December 19.

In keeping with its name, Daybreak had a 4 a.m. start time, which allowed patrons to meet the Sun as they partied. The food and drinks were surely on deck and patrons did not make light of partaking in the offerings. The service staff was attentive and friendly.

That affable nature was also present in the crowd and in how patrons interacted with each other. Copper Ash, from the popular dancehall sound system Coppershot, really got patrons in the mood for the party side of things. His musical mastery and hypeman skills were on display, and he got the crowd going.

He and DJ Richie Ras, DJ Delano, and DJ Dre Day from Renaissance Disco were the team at the musical stumps, and they did a rocking job.

The music was energetic like the sun, which abounded, and as dynamic as a cricket match on the occasion when the beloved, and hated at times, West Indies are on the winning side of things.

The music flowed without any hiccups and carried patrons on a joyous journey of genres that kept the dancing active. Some were so impressed with the musical stylings that they gave "money pulls" to hear a hit song a second, third, or event a fourth time, much to the support of other patrons.

Seemingly done in jest, the gesture was indicative of the environment of camaraderie that saturated the venue. Everyone was in a good mood and the music was just right.

The partying continued past the 11 a.m. cut-off, to the amusement of the festive crowd. No one was watching the time as the musical vibe kept the attention of jolly patrons.

The event's promoters must be commended for a wonderful entertainment affair.

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