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April 22, 2014
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Champagne Wishes lives up to expectations


Scenes from Champagne Wishes, held on Wednesday at Oneil's Place, St Andrew. - Contributed photos

Chris Dymond and Hulu could not have asked for a better outcome for their 4th annual Champagne Wishes party, which was held on Wednesday at Oneil's Place, in St Andrew.

A lot was promised prior to the staging of the event, and with the likes of Gary Chucks, Boom Boom and Chris Dymond, all delivering fantastically well at the turntables, most patrons left the venue satisfied.

Champagne Wishes has come a long way in its four-year history, according to both promoters. They also used the opportunity to thank sponsors Moet and Chandon. Their contribution, according to Chris Dymond, while playing at the turntables, made the event a reality.

Seen were numerous patrons sipping responsibly on various 'hip' alcohol beverages, such as Hennessy and the two aforementioned. The event was also graced by several local music celebrities, namely, Munga Honorable, Ding Dong, Macka Diamond, Downsound Records' trio of Foota Hype, Harry Toddler and Don Husky, Quick Cook, John Hype and Big Wayne.

And, just like last year when they did a makeover for popular female dancer Loggo Loggo, both men said they will be targeting a new charity after they've balanced the books.



Scenes from Champagne Wishes, held on Wednesday at Oneil's Place, St Andrew. - Contributed photos

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