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July 1, 2014
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Chandor celebrates second anniversary with a
CURTIS CAMPBELL, STAR Writer





Scenes from Chandor, The Masked Ball Edition, held at Club Overton, NHT car park, New Kingston, on Saturday. - Winston Sill photos

Chandor lived up to expectations on Saturday, as hundreds of patrons turned out at Club Overtime located on the third floor of the National Housing Trust car park in New Kingston.

The promoters at Future Entertainment collaborated with Smirnoff to put together a star-studded line-up of DJs comprising of DJ Liquid, DJ Nicco and Little Riche. Collectively, the musical juggling was on point.

THE STAR arrived at the venue at 12:30 a.m, and music was already blaring in the club as the DJ aimed to get the patrons active on the dance floor.

Masked Ball Affair

The event was promoted as a 'Masked Ball' affair and the female patrons subscribed to the concept by wearing colourful masks, which glowed when making contact with the club lights.

Male patrons on the other hand appeared to avoid wearing masks, however, they were just as involved in the entertainment as they gave roaring responses to their favourite songs from Vybz Kartel and other dancehall and reggae artistes.

Chandor was celebrating its second anniversary, and DJ Liquid, who has played at the event since its inception, showed his support on and off the turntables. When he was not playing, he was simply having fun giving responses to the selections.

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