Sun | Dec 9, 2018

Reevive in the Hills a hit

Published:Sunday | January 1, 2017 | 12:00 AM
The beautiful couple of Ricardo and Latoya Cross.
Cosmetologist Joesia Dunstan was a beauty to behold at Reevive in the Hills.
Carrie Fisher in her teens.
Amoy Turnbull (left) and her niece Hannah Johnson at Reevive in the Hills at the White Witch Golf Club in Montego Bay on Christmas Eve.
Di Foto Shoppe's Dean Salmon and his better half, Sidonney Spencer at Reevive in the Hills.
Reevive's Helen Tyson (right) and friend Neena Smith.
Paula Arscott and her nephew Kingsley Powell at Reevive in the Hills.
Reevive's Conrad and Tamara Allen at their annual party at the White Witch Golf Club in Montego Bay.
Dionne and Dujaughn Brown smile for our lens at Reevive in the Hills.


DJs Pinchers, Crazy Neil and Kentucky controlled every movement the patrons at 'Reevive in the Hills' made while dancing under the mammoth clear-top tent at the White Witch Golf Club last Saturday night.

Guests did not need much prodding, as the Montegonians who came out to party on Christmas Eve were not about to allow anything to stop them.

Dressed to the nines, they came prepared to test the mettle of the renowned musical selectors.

The event, which made the White Witch its official home in its second consecutive year, has become the staple of Cover Me Up Tent's Conrad and Tamara Allen and their long-standing partner, Helen Tyson.




The three had again uncovered what can only be described as one of the best parties of the season in western Jamaica.

There were amazing music and a very creative decor of the spectacular venue, that is owned and operated by Rose Hall Developments. With live food stations strategically placed all over the property and watering holes to satisfy the soul, Reevive in the Hills lived up to its advertised all-inclusive expectations.

A photo booth with a number of props, and a charging station for cellphones, were very popular among patrons who took advantage of the complimentary offerings.

Now in its sixth year, Reevive has literally outdone itself, and those who have already marked it on their 2017 calendars are waiting to see what the Cover Me Up Tent group will unveil next time around.