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Smaller turn-out, but Beach Party still thrills crowd

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Smaller turn-out, but Beach Party still thrills crowd

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The vibes were not as high as in years past, but some local artistes were still able to get the crowd moving at the Digicel Reggae Beach Party yesterday.
Celebrating ten years, Stiffy, Porgie & Murda as well as Brutal Crank Star and ady Essence were early favourites of a slowly building crowd. An hour after its 3 p.m. start, numbers were still low at Brandons Beach.
Vendors sold food and water as the sun drove people to beat the heat. The low numbers at that time allowed patrons to walk freely while the DJs played popular music.
Jamaican reggae artiste Mad Dawg came on stage at 6:15 p.m., followed by Raine Seville at 6:50 p.m.. They did their sets, paving the way for fellow Jamaicans, I-Octane and headliner Aidonia who were still to hit the stage up to press time.