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Extraordinary Absinthe

Published:Friday | January 2, 2015 | 12:00 AM
Ringing in the New Year are Kay Banton and Rob Davis.
Ready to party the night away, Ricky Housen and Kristandra Hunter pause for our lens.
Julia Braham donned this plunging neckline number to ring in the new year at Absinthe at the Palisadoes Go-Kart Track.
Rocking a bedazzled top and matching shoes, Kandy Stewart sparkles at the event.

Randy Bowman,  Assistant Lifestyle Editor

Syndicate Events and their sponsors transformed the Palisadoes Go Kart Track into a true Absinthe (City of Experience) to usher in 2015.

The usually quaint stretch by the sea played host to the super all-inclusive event that featured the ultimate entertainment package.

Upon entrance, patrons were presented with a choice of hat or tiara, then ushered to the photo area for an instant printed picture with Digicel frame.

Speciality treats from Jablums Detox Lounge and Haagen Dazs ice cream, made the cutting-edge event even better bringing the icing to the cake when combined with the electrifying entertainment from Kurt Riley, Coppershot, and Renaissance, Patsy Lyns culinary offerings and the premium Red Stripe bars.

delectable fare

VIP patrons were treated to succulent lobster, shrimp, grilled barbecue chicken kebabs and a plethora of pastry, as they sipped on Ciroc, Johnnie Walker Black, Baileys, and fine wines in a secure, private lounge.

With just 10 seconds before the New Year, DJ Ashile from IRIE FM lead the countdown before the venue was consumed in a sea of confetti ushering in the New Year as some guests locked lips and arms with their partners while others watched as fireworks filled the nights sky from downtown Kingston across the bay.

After that partygoers gave 2015 a taste of what was to come and how Jamaicans really party, as their feet got busy until the break of dawn.