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March 26, 2014
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Overdose returns to Old Harbour

Conroy (left) and Orlando - Contributed

Old Harbour's biggest monthly pool party has re-emerged after a three-month break with event promoters, Conroy 'Overdose' Samuels and Orlando 'Chip' Gaven assuring patrons of bigger and better things.

The Overdose Pool Party experience has become a mainstay for many partygoers in and around St Catherine as regular fun and frolic have become its main identity.

However, much has been missed since its last episode at the end of November, but patrons are in for a treat, says Samuels, when regular service is resumed on Sunday, March 30 at the Sterling Villa Complex in Old Harbour.

"We took a break to recuperate and plan bigger and better things for the future. I have to thank all those patrons who have been showing support since day one and even though it is just a few months of absence, a lot of people been waiting impatiently for the event's return. The wait is over," said Samuels.

The Rum-Bar-sponsored bikini-with-shades event will cost patrons $1000, but ladies will enjoy a 2-4-1 special before 10 p.m. More emphasis on the ladies; they will receive free tequila and Rum-Bar rum cream shots all night and the one in the best-looking bikini and shades wins $10,000.

As for the music, fans can come expect a stellar time out with the likes of Boom Boom, Richie Feelings, Mad Ras and the often used DJ British spinning at the turntables.

Overdose is also being sponsored by Boom Energy Drink and OJ Koolers.

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