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July 10, 2014
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Water Worl' first-anniversary staging a success
Danik Fraser, Star Writer

Romeich Entertainment's Water Worl' had its first anniversary on Sunday at Mas Camp, St Andrew.

The venue was already near full by 5 p.m. with DJ Log On from the Romeich Entertainment mixing lab luring the ladies in so the men would, of course, follow.

But a water party does not mean there wasn't more than water as entertainment. The Wray & Nephew-sponsored event featured a mechanical bull, foam suds, giant inflatable beach balls, prize giveaways and drinks inclusive at the bar.

The foam signalled the real start of the party, with giant fire hoses being manned by enthused operators who sprayed skimpily clad ladies. To help in the soaking were water guns fired by other male patrons at anyone who looked a little too dry.

The dry section was also clothing optional and it was by no means less fun.

Romeich Entertainment girls kept the crowd moving from the stage as the DJs played an energetic mix of hip-hop, dancehall, retro dancehall, and soca. The DJ finally switched it up to dancing songs, giving strict instructions no one should even try to keep still.

DJ Shane took over and got the crowd hyped up again, bringing back old favourites which got the masses re-energised. The gates were packed even before promised guest artiste Spice could appear, but that did not stop people inside from partying and those outside from trying to get in.

Scenes from Water Worl' held at Mas Camp, St Andrew, on Sunday.

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