International recording artiste Shaggy (right) relaxes with Heineken hostess Monique at Heineken One Beer Only at Romeich's Place, Campbell's Boulevard, Kingston, recently.
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West Indies Cricketer Chris Gayle (left) is welcomed to Heineken's One Beer Only by Heineken Brand Manager Nasha Douglas (centre) and Romeich Major.
The inner city ofWaltham Park came alive on Saturday night asRomeich Entertainment, in associationwith Heineken, hosted the party 'One Beer Only'. The premium brand drew hundreds of patrons who boasted high fashion. The event was one of surprises as stunt riders and the best musical selections in reggae, dancehall and hip hop, made for a perfect pair.
Before midnight, the Campbell's Boulevard venue which is also home to theRomeichWear and Records Headquarters, was abuzz with activity and excitement asstunt riders, someaccompanied by skimpily clad females, showed off their riding skills.
Over at the Heineken bar just metres away, the attendants were keptbusy. In addition to the beer, patrons were also able to access top-shelf liquor all night long.
Among the songsthat ruled the night were those from artistes like Bounty Killer, I Octane, Aidonia, Beenie Man and Vybz Kartel.Partying with the massive and dancing up a sweat were the wife-and-husband power couple Gary and Tina Matalon, Shaggy, Chris Gayle,Konshens and members of his team, Flippa Moggler, Voicemail andfast-rising female singer Saine. Throughout the night, Romiech laughedand chatted with supporters while the Heineken representativesensured that the party had enough of the highly coveted beer.
"One Beer Only is a true representation of our commitment to music andthe need to ensure that our consumers enjoy Heineken everywhere, every day with friends and family. This is just one of the many eventsthat Heineken will proudly be engaging in," said Brand PR Manager Kamal Powell.