All set for 'Booze'
A bevy of booze, brunch and bacchanal are in store for all to enjoy today (Easter Monday) at Booze.
An event from regional carnival heavyweight out of Trinidad, Caesar's Army, this one promises to be a premium event.
"It's going to be a revolutionised form of the typical brunch experience. It's not just about sitting down and having a meal with conversation. It's the combination of drinks, food and entertainment. Caesar's Army will definitely be adding an incredible vibe to the traditional brunch concept," said Sara Lawrence, marketing and public relations manager for Caesar's Army in Jamaica.
"Booze calls on all 'Romans' (patrons) to dress to impress, under the indulgence of premium alcohol, buffet-style food service and first-class event production," she added.
Lawrence says Booze will be an event to watch.
Caesar's Army has excited local soca lovers since it brought its famous A.M. Bush J'Ouvert party to Jamrock in 2014 and has become one of the most-attended events for Jamaica Carnival.
"Seeing that we already had a 'dirty fun' concept, we decided that it was time to showcase one of our other concepts to the island - beautiful people dressed up in a beautiful venue," said Lawrence. "We believe that Jamaica Carnival is growing and we would like to continue doing our part in helping it to grow. It is our mission to use our brand and our events to help empower not just Jamaica, but the Caribbean as a whole," she added.
Booze takes place at Hope Gardens today from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. For those inclined to "do the double", A.M. Bush will be held on Saturday, April 2, from 2 a.m. to 8 a.m.