Shoes Game makes suc­cess­ful de­but in Ja­maica

The Star (Jamaica) - - Entertainment -

One of Bri­tain’s hot par­ties, Shoes Game, made a suc­cess­ful de­but in Ja­maica over the week­end. The party was held at the Up­town Mon­dayz venue at Sa­van­nah Plaza, in Half-Way Tree, St An­drew.

Shoes Game is a party that is built around the con­cept of peo­ple wear­ing fash­ion­able footwear while hav­ing a good time.

Noxroy of British Con­tin­gent, the pro­mot­ers for the party, was happy with the way things un­folded.

“All my friends from Eng­land were here, and my Ja­maican peo­ple, thanks for the sup­port,” Nox­ory said.

“Shoes Game was a suc­cess and it will be big­ger and bet­ter next year.

Ev­ery­one in the world loves a nice pair of shoes whether its af­ford­able or not, and I thank the pa­trons for wear­ing those fash­ion­able shoes to the party,” he said.

Kerry, who vis­ited from Bri­tain, said she loved the pas­sion that Ja­maican showed for the mu­sic.

“It was fun, a lot of en­ergy,” she said.

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