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Chi Ching Ching delivers in Junction, St Elizabeth

Published:Thursday | September 24, 2015 | 9:00 AM
This patron is happy to have copped so many goodies at the Heineken Pop-Up event in Junction, St Elizabeth, last Friday.
Heineken hostess Andreana Baccas explains to a patron how to participate in the Heineken Cities promotion at the Heineken Pop-Up event last Friday in Junction, St Elizabeth.
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Following a successful Pop-Up event in Portmore recently, Heineken moved into the town of Junction, St Elizabeth, for another impromptu party last Friday. Persons were out from early and got straight into the various activities, and by 8 p.m. the venue was packed.

DJ Nico Bam Bam was on the turntables and played for hours getting positive feedback, resulting in many 'pull-up' requests throughout the evening with a pleasant mix of song selections.

Dancehall act Chi Ching Ching certainly did not disappoint when he hit the stage after 11 p.m. It was well worth the wait for the many patrons, as he added to the fun and excitement of the day. He did his usual round of songs, getting the crowd hyped up and dancing to all of his dance tunes. The momentum and energy was elevated when he called up St Elizabeth's very own Laden to join him onstage. Patrons erupted in cheer and seemed to have enjoyed every moment.

"It gets better each time around and we couldn't be any more pleased with the outcome. The Heineken pop-up tour is doing really well and we enjoy the connection that we have forged with our consumers. This is our way of giving back to the communities by creating a positive and fun environment that one can enjoy drinking their favourite beer, Heineken. Look out for more details on the next pop-up bar," said Imru James, Heineken's brand manager.