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A-List delivers!

Published:Friday | December 31, 2010 | 12:00 AM
Ravae Grant (left) and Kami Millwood also made the party list.
Ashley Grant gets an 'A' for her pose at the A-List party, held at Hope Gardens, Old Hope Road on Saturday, December 25. - photos by Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
From left: Karl Tulloch, Andrew Wheatley, James Robertson, Arthur Philpotts and DJ Richie D, from Miami, in a 'boy-bonding' moment.
A-List partygoers do their thing on the floor.
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It has never been your typical party nor a mere event on the entertainment calendar. A-List was created to be the premier social event during the Christmas season for a select few on the hunt for something above the ordinary.

Over the years, the event has earned a reputation for being highly anticipated. This year it was held at the picturesque Hope Gardens on December 25 and it lived up to expectations for the patrons who came out to partake.

The location was superbly transformed into a party paradise with an imposing dance floor, eye-catching watering holes at different ends of the venue, pristine white booths for the buffet, a LIME lounge and a colourful Tru-Juice bar.

Different genres

The music was amazing and covered a number of different genres that kept the guests engaged and entertained. DJs Delano, Jazzy T, Renegade and the 3rd Dimension disco were all in fine form and had the gardens rocking till the very early hours of Sunday morning.

The fare was outstanding and featured delights from caterer extraordinaire Lorraine Fung.

A-Listers including Energy Minister James Robertson and his daughter, Mina, Andrew Wheatley, Ann Merita Golding, Amanda Vaz, Garth Walker, Asafa Powell and Yendi Phillipps, Kerry Baylis, Sara Lawrence, Zachary Harding, Amanda McCreath, Nicholas Benjamin, Tiffani Chin, Brian Chung, Ramon Arscott, Mark Croskery, Stephanie Smith, Arnella Chin and dancehall's finest, Sean Paul, Chino, Leftside, Bounty Killa, Cham and Elephant Man were seen out having a good time.

A-List was a hit and guests are now eagerly looking forward to 2011's staging.