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Published:Friday | October 31, 2014 | 10:00 AM
EDM LOVERS: Enjoying the festivities of the Appleton Estate Jamaica Rum-sponsored Electronic Dance Xposed (EDX) are Tamara Hoyow (left) and Deidre Gomes. The purist electronic dance music festival was held at the Kingston Polo Club over the weekend and was headlined by Borgeous.
Always the life of the party are Jodi 'Jinx' Stewart-Henriques (left) and sister Traci Stewart.
Rocking attire fit for the occasion are sisters Gabrielle (left) and Christina Davis.
TEAM WORK MAKES THE DREAM WORK: Seen here are Gary Dixon (left), marketing director at J. Wray & Nephew Limited, and Adam Gomes, director of EDX. Photos by Contributed
The Gleaner's public affairs editor and host of Corporate Coffee Mornings, Barbara Ellington, pauses on the red carpet for a pic on arrival at Saturday night's Hospitality Jamaica 10th Anniversary Awards at the Montego Bay Convention Centre. Photo by Adrian Frater
From left: David Fitton, British high commissioner; Hisae Fitton, wife of the high commissioner, and Chris Gayle pause for a photo op. Photo by Brian Mccalla
Songstress Denique and Triple Century's Randy Haynes are picture-perfect in the 'We r 1' frame. photo by Brian McCalla
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Triple Century celebrated its first birthday in fine style on Tuesday and hundreds of patrons were dazzled by the world-class production of the Appleton Estate Jamaica Rum-sponsored Electronic Dance Xposed at the Kingston Polo Club.