The fabulous White Witch Golf Club on the elegant corridors of Rose Hall, Montego Bay, was the venue for the sixth staging of one of western Jamaica's best all-inclusive parties - Reevive.
Having played a number of rounds at ATL Automotive at Bogue City Centre and at least one 'birdie' at the Aqueduct at Rose Hall, the Conrad, and Tamara Allen, Helen Tyson-led event, went all out this year to ensure patrons were given the VIP treatment, even if you purchased regular tickets.
In fact, it was VIP all through, commencing with a warm welcome at the White Witch entrance, done up with Fuschia coloured LED lights and candles, softening the mood for what was about to unfold. Creatively showing this was no ordinary party, torches were attached to the bottles of patrons who opted for that special service of owning a Luc Belaire Rose.
A step-and-repeat banner, showcasing sponsors, Luc Belaire, ATL Automotive, Cover Me Up Events and Grey Goose, was the first stop as Di Foto Shoppe photographers gave guests lasting memories.
With picture taking out of the way, the next steps leading to the party area, were guided by LED stringed blue lights to a sexy 2016 Audi Q7 and an A3 at the bottom of the stairs, which never even need to utter the words, "come drive me home". This was a given.
A number of Harley Davidson motorcycles kept the luxury car company, while two 20-foot bars along the VIP and regular sections, allowed patrons easy access to libation aplenty.
Not to be outdone, the Grey Goose VIP lounge area served up Reevive Blue Moon Martini and Red River Martini, along with shrimp and sausage pasta stations among the delectable delights at this all-inclusive event.
Events to Go, who brought the decor to life, maintained the same fuschia LED lights throughout the venue, complementing the colour of liquor sponsor Luc Belaire.
Two of the island's most talented DJs - Rush and Pinchaz, kept the party moving all night. With a mixture of dancehall, R&B, EDM, and oldies, stilettos were removed and bare feet became the order of the night.
The Reevive team said it is looking forward to 2016 and the continued support of western Jamaica.
"We continue to be the best all inclusive in the west for the money we charge," declared Reevive's Conrad Allen.