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February 8, 2014
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The 'Envy' of all parties

Contributed - Reggae artiste Jah Cure and wife Kamilla hanging out.

Contributed - From left, DJ Cyrus and media personality Joel 'Kruddy' Harrison enjoy proceedings.


The Saturday night party series Envy, continues attract scores of partygoers each week to Club Privilege in New Kingston.

Promoted by Envy Movement, a group comprising some of Kingston's most prolific and experienced promoters, the event has steadily built up its reputation as the event to be at each week.

Envy began October 2013. The party features an attractive gate cover charge of $1,500 for males and $1,000 for females.

It carries an inclusive offering of signature vodka mixes and premium cocktails.

According to Andrew Ellis, spokesperson for Envy Movement, "We try to keep the series fresh and vibrant with the use of different themes each week. On Valentine's weekend, we will stage our Pajama party".

An additional attraction at the weekly series is the Ladies Zone.

"We encourage the ladies to come out in their numbers as they will be treated to a designated 'Ladies Zone', which will be the primary highlight of the series. The ladies zone is the home of ENVYs premium cocktails such as daiquiris, mojitos and martinis. Cocktails are served in garnished glassware," Ellis pointed out.

The Envy Movement promoters are responsible for the planning, execution and marketing of a number of events including Coco Loco, 5IV3, Hennessy V, Bad Pickney Pool Party, Dwali and Epic House Party.


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