Sweet feting in the sky at Dusk
Soca party Dusk was so lit, a popular term for extremely good, that it caused power cuts.
But, if you go by the crowd they will tell you that it was the cluster of dancing bodies that made it happen.
The temporary power outages did not stop soca lovers from partying away. The energy level was so high that the venue's electricity circuits could not handle it and made the party go into darkness twice.
Instead of creating a riot, the crowd became the DJ, stomping on the dancing floor to create rhythms; turned a gas container, used by some attendees for drink dispenser, into a drum; and sing out loud their favourite soca songs. All in the venue joined in and it became a sweet soca choir.
This set the tone for the rest of the fete and oh boy was it lit! Bodies became closer, some used trees and railings to support their bodies as they wine down to the ground and many ladies resembled 6:15 and 6:30 on the clock.
Though a soca party, dancehall music was in the house and hits from current top songs on the charts had the crowd in a frenzy.
"Champions" enjoyed living their "Dream" turning up the "Gas" as they feasted on the musical food from " Shabba madda pot".
Parting at Dusk, held on Monday, March 28 in Beverley Hill, St. Andrew, was a very good time and patrons all walked away smiling and sweating.