Sheena Gayle, Gleaner Writer
Wright Image Entertainment promoters continue to get it right in delivering a memorable entertainment experience with its Dream Weekend Daydreams party each year in Negril.
The Long Bay Beach was transformed into a sea of white as the signature all-white theme and decor was amazing and embodied the meaning of high-end entertainment.
It was not hard to get into the groove of things at Daydreams as one could sense that a lot of work went into giving persons that instantaneous need to party once they arrived at the venue.
On the day when Olympic Champion Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce won gold and Veronica Campbell-Brown took home the bronze in the Olympic Games in London, patrons had a lot to feel good about and to celebrate. Many patrons did not even turn up until after the race.
Held under the theme White Sands, patrons remained committed to the dress code as they indulged in the music selections from Renegade out of Miami, Montego Bay's own Crazy Neil and Kingston's Coppershot.
Daydreams promoters ensured that the experience was beyond what patrons anticipated and their innovative presentation and entertainment offering scored huge points with Dream Weekend fans.