Garfene Grandison, Acting Lifestyle Coordinator
I Love Fridays again provided fans with the perfect environment for a good old-fashioned lyme at the start of last weekend.
Held at the Tea House inside Hope Gardens, the event has been running since September and has quickly become the place to be on a Friday night.
There is a minimal entry fee for the Johnnie Walker-sponsored event and liquor is on sale.
Last Friday night, I Love Fridays kicked off the Heroes Weekend, managing to pull a strong turnout despite strong competition from north and west coast events. The turntable aficionado on the night was a gentleman by the name of Richie D. He was in his element, engaging patrons with hardcore dancehall hits mixed with a few oldies-but-goodies and a little soca in the fray here and there.
Visual stimulation was not left out of the mix, with many of the songs being accompanied by their videos on a big screen at the front of the venue.
In truth, there wasn't a dull moment at Johnnie Walker I Love Fridays, with patrons continuously streaming into the venue no matter how late it got.
All casually dressed, patrons clearly came to have a good time. Women donned shorts, jeans pants, mini-skirts and flats, while the gents also went for comfort, wearing T-shirts, chinos and jeans.