MoBay to be 'Officially Diagnosed'
MONTEGO BAY, St James:Antidote Entertainment has found a remedy to soothe the need of party lovers in Montego Bay with their annual Officially Diagnosed event slated for Saturday, June 30.
Appleton Officially Diagnosed is the official Appleton Temptation Isle (ATI) lead-up party for western Jamaica and will be hosted at the Pier One Complex.
"The event has made its way on to the Appleton Temptation Isle Weekend in Negril for the second consecutive year, and we want to use this opportunity to (give) partygoers (a preview of) what they can expect when they attend our event in Negril come August 6," said Steffan-Chad Haughton, Antidote Entertainment's director of marketing and public relations.
The group has organised several events, including CPR, Addiction and Rinse, among others.
Officially Diagnosed was added to the ATI list of events last year. This move, according to Haughton, assisted in further cementing Antidote Entertainment as a credible event-management and promotions group.
"ATI is an international enter-tainment brand and we are pleased to associate our event, that we have built over the years, with this brand. Last year, the feedback in Negril was amazing, and as it draws closer to the event, we hope to boost the momentum and ensure that patrons get officially diagnosed with a great entertainment experience."
The event will feature the Infinity Spa Lounge where partygoers will have an opportunity to rejuvenate as they enjoy the party experience; a photo booth to capture the memorable experiences; a 40-foot hassle-free mega bar; and automated bottle and shots bar.
The prices of the tickets are $1,000 for general admission, and $3,000 presold, or $3,500 at the gate to access the VIP Platinum Palace, which is inclusive of hors d'oeuvres, entrées, desserts and alcoholic beverages. Presold tickets are available at Pier 1 and Cambio King in Montego Bay.
"Our theme for this year is (centred around) a 'Mission Impossible' concept that I'm sure will blow our patrons away when they see what we have planned for them," Haughton added.
"All they have to do is to accept the mission, attend the event, and ensure that they have the best night of their lives!"