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Solar delivers limitless sweetness

Published:Sunday | April 1, 2018 | 12:00 AMJanet Silvera
Hanging out and enjoying the third staging of Solar are form left: Maria Fernanda, Valeria Del Rayo, Xochitl Morales, Loreto Lazo, Gemma Gomez and Sonja Nalkiran.
Orville Ennis enjoying the company of a bevy of beauties (from left) Sidonnie Malcolm, and sisters Exaun and Marcel Earle.
From left: Megan Martin, Daniella Allen, Audie Cunningham, Renee Kitson and Duane Redway enjoying the limitless sweetness at Solar, the Breakfast Party.
Kern Spencer and his better half, Colleen Wright got up early to have some fun.
Tamara Salmon (left) hanging with the Cover Me Up Tents crew, (from left) Helen Tyson, Conrad Allen and his wife Tamara.
Tameka Bryce, showing some legs at the Solar Breakfast Party.
Cabana's Warren Clarke (left) and Tan Line's Lincoln Robinson at Solar.
Promoter Pnut Brown (left) hanging with DJ Nico.
Antidote's Stefan Chad Haughton and wife Debra at his Solar, the Breakfast Party at Tropical Bliss in Whitehouse, Montego Bay.
Imagen Nation Inc's Debra Haughton busy on the phone helping husband Stefan Chad Haughton one of the organisers of Solar.
Farah Moussaoui (left) and Julie Hertogs enjoying the vibe at the breakfast party.
Paula Bullings always delivering on high fashion.
Viveina Fagan, Nadine and Nicole Fennell, enjoying the vibe at Solar.
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WESTERN BUREAU:

Like an extraterrestrial force making landfall, Solar, the breakfast party, satiated the appetites of revellers with far more than Hennessey and Moet Rose, on Sunday morning March 24, along the white sandy beach at Tropical Bliss, Whitehouse, Montego Bay.

Doubling their 2017 numbers, organisers Antidote Entertainment, had the perfect medicine for a city which is 'celebrating' its third month under enhanced security measures.

The hundreds who turned out seemed hungry for fun, musical vibrations and limitless sweetness. Antidote seemed to have found the perfect solution to feed the desire.

Now in its third year, the epic 5 a.m. start time event, is staged annually to raise funds in collaboration with 'We Care for Cornwall Regional Hospital'. By 10:30 a.m., the organisers were announcing a million dollars in their kitty for the ailing landmark.

Imbibing on J Wray and Nephew, Hennessy Black, the Usain Bolt-endorsed G.H. Mumm Champagne, Patron, and several other libation, the party people rocked to sounds of DJ Nicco, jigged to DJ Jigga's selection, and moved their waistlines to DJ Ashile's set.

It was a morning of salt fish fritters, Foska Oats smoothies, escoveitch fish and bammy, franks and beans, mackerel rundown, pancakes and waffles, yoghurts, sausages and omelettes.

There was no question that the party people in attendance were ready to #raveforcharity.

With plans in place for Solar's second edition for 2018, the organisers have announced an August date, promising an all-inclusive morning of bliss.

janet.silvera@gleanerjm.com