Close to midnight, the roadway leading up to Club V in Independence City was cleared by police officers as eight chartered JUTC buses made their way towards the parking lot on Thursday night.
Minutes later, the doors were opened and more than 400 excited and energetic university students emerged from the buses.
Brewing giants Red Stripe had specially invited the students to party at V Club during an event dubbed 'College All Access Pass'.
With the security check done, it was time for the massive to enter the plush nightclub, and seconds later, the party was in full swing. The atmosphere inside the club was somewhat different from any other night as the energy level seemed particularly high.
It was non-stop dancing and applauding as the students got their fill of good music, a great vibe, and a cold beer.
"This is my first time visiting V Club, and boy, am I impressed! The décor is lovely and the service is first class. This is something only Red Stripe and V Club could do. I will definitely be visiting again whenever I am free," said medical student Jarvis Spence.
Red Stripe's brand PR manager Kamal Powell was just as enthusiastic, saying that the night's proceedings had lived up to expectations.
"University All Access is the true epitome of nightlife in Kingston. Tonight, we transported over 500 students from UWI in fine Red Stripe exclusive style, all to experience one of the best clubs in Jamaica first-hand. This was an epic experience for the UWI students, and we will indeed be doing even greater things as the year progresses," Powell said.
V Club Nightlife Complex continues to be the hottest chill and party spot in the Sunshine City. The club is open from Tuesdays to Saturdays and offers a diverse entertainment package, including karaoke, live music, as well as an oldies and a ladies night.
The complex also boasts a bar and a restaurant.