Fiction goes big for New Year's Eve

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December 30, 2016
Anthony Minott/Freelance Photographer Singer Denyque gets up close and personal with David 'Squeeze' Annakie at his birthday party earlier this year.

Since its inception, Fiction Fantasy Nightclub has been known to be the celebrity Mecca of Jamaican nightlife and continues to engage and entertain international public figures from all over the world on a frequent basis. It comes as no surprise, therefore, that Fiction will be ending 2016 in style to great fanfare with celebrity guest host Karrueche, who counts Fiction among her favourite nightlife venues in North America and the Caribbean.

Karrueche is best known as a public figure whose fame has catapulted since her sojourn into film and television acting. Karrueche is also a well sought after celebrity host globally, predominantly among venues that attract millennials and trendy clientele.

When asked why it was important to go 'big' for their New Year's Eve celebration, David Annakie, owner of Fiction and CEO of Linkup Media, said in a recent statement that "it has been three years since we bought the club, and we are still number one at the top of our game for entertainment and attendance for or trendy and edgy patrons."

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He continued: "However, I am firm believer that if it doesn't need to be broken, break it anyway! So, we continue to push the boundaries of nightlife entertainment in this region. Jamaicans tend to like variety in their entertainment as they do in their culture generally, and this gives us the motivation we need to change things up frequently. That is the Linkup Media way."

Fiction Fantasy underwent several structural and logistical changes since its opening, which now makes it one of the largest nightclubs in the region, boasting more than 15,000 square feet of space. There is further improvement planned in the New Year in keeping with its mandate to continue to break barriers and remain competitive with other world-class nightclubs in the Americas including Miami hot spots like Liv and other major clubs in cities like Las Vegas.

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