Mello Vibes packs Mas Camp

July 05, 2016
Darien Robertson/Freelance Photographer Scenes during Mello Vibes at Mas Camp, National Stadium recently.
Darien Robertson/Freelance Photographer Scenes during Mello Vibes at Mas Camp, National Stadium recently.
Darien Robertson/Freelance Photographer Scenes during Mello Vibes at Mas Camp, National Stadium recently.
Darien Robertson/Freelance Photographer Scenes during Mello Vibes at Mas Camp, National Stadium recently.
Darien Robertson/Freelance Photographer Scenes during Mello Vibes at Mas Camp, National Stadium recently.
Darien Robertson/Freelance Photographer Scenes during Mello Vibes at Mas Camp, National Stadium recently.
Darien Robertson/Freelance Photographer Scenes during Mello Vibes at Mas Camp, National Stadium recently.
Darien Robertson/Freelance Photographer Scenes during Mello Vibes at Mas Camp, National Stadium recently.
Darien Robertson/Freelance Photographer Scenes during Mello Vibes at Mas Camp, National Stadium recently.
Darien Robertson/Freelance Photographer Scenes during Mello Vibes at Mas Camp, National Stadium recently.
Darien Robertson/Freelance Photographer Scenes during Mello Vibes at Mas Camp, National Stadium recently.
Darien Robertson/Freelance Photographer Scenes during Mello Vibes at Mas Camp, National Stadium recently.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

Mello Vibes continues to grow from strength to strength under its new sponsor, Colbeck Ginger Wine, as the now landmark event packed Mas Camp to capacity recently.

The venue was packed from as early as a few minutes after 11 p.m., and several patrons had to park across the road from the National Stadium since the designated parking areas were unable to accommodate any more vehicles.

Inside the venue patrons made use of the limited dance space moving their bodies to popular dance singles like Log On, Pon Di River, and Worl' Dance. The classic Bug rhythm, which features Bounty Killer's Look into My Eyes, was an apparent crowd favourite, and several songs from the compilation received encores.

The promoters also paid more attention to the decor this time around, creating a tunnel using green and white cloth to display the brand of the title sponsor. The security at the event was also improved as patrons were searched at two separate check points before they were admitted.

Several patrons had their toes crushed by other patrons who sought to move to different sections of the packed venue. However, there were no incidents since partygoers who generally attend Mello Vibes are usually more focused on the entertainment value than conflict.

Mello Vibes was also attended by dancehall artistes Junior Reid and Tanto Metro, among several familiar faces in the music industry. The event concluded at minutes after 3 a.m.

Other Entertainment Stories