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New spot 100 Mobay ... Officially open!

Published:Sunday | August 26, 2018 | 12:00 AM
Sitting pretty and enjoying a cocktail ahead of the evening's proceedings is Maya Azan.
100 Marketing Manager Alexisse Chin (centre) is flanked by 100 Food and Beverage Manager Delano Reynolds and reggae artiste Bugle at last Thursdays' opening of 100 Mobay.

Catherine Hall was alive with the sounds of laughter and sweet, sweet reggae music as comedian Christopher 'Johnny' Daley and artistes D'Burnz and Bugle lit up the stage at the opening of Mobay's newest hot spot - 100 Mobay.

Dubbed a night of '00 Suite Experiences', the event, hosted by Intense's Talia Soares, had Mobay's finest moving and grooving last Thursday evening. The event was nothing short of an appetiser for the string of nightly events that the hotspot will be bringing to the Second City with it's 100 Live.

"100 Mobay is a destination for all," shared 100 marketing manager Alexisse Chin. "We wanted to ensure that we had something for everyone at the launch. Johnny was outstanding as usual and left the crowd in stitches as he usually does every time he does Johnny Live at 100 in Kingston. D'Burnz and Bugle electrified the sage with their sets as usual," she added.

Like its Kingston counterpart, the new location will host weekly entertainment events that will add to the nightlife in Montego Bay. These include Crab Mondays, Johnny Live on a Thursday, and even the $500 cue specials on a Sunday.

"100 Mobay is a chance for persons on the north coast to enjoy the same level of wholesome entertainment that we have in Kingston. This is a very special place that caters to the needs of all. You can come out for date nights, as well as bring the family out - we have something for everyone," Chin reiterated.