Scorch heats the morning
by TONI YARDE
THE SUN was blistering hot, making it the perfect day to hold an event called Scorch.
The night before and for some parts of the morning the rains came, looking to put a damper on the event. But it wasn’t to be.
Scores gathered at the Belle Plantation, St Michael, last Sunday for the all-inclusive breakfast party and enjoyed every minute of it.
They took in music from Stiffy, Marvay and others, while DJs kept the vibe going in between.
The event started at 5 a.m. and went until after 10 a.m. There was a selection of foods on offer from the buffet and drinks flowed freely from the bar.
Patrons partied hearty on the day before the culmination of the Crop Over season – Grand Kadooment. It was as if it was their “last mas” and they were fully intent on enjoying it.
It appeared to be “money well spent” for those who patronised the event. A serving of drinks, food, fun and dance was on offer.
Although the event was one of three breakfast parties held on the same day it was still well attended. Island Mas and Brek Fus also held their all-inclusive fetes last Sunday morning.
Present were Bajan Yankees, Brits and people from countries throughout the Caribbean, confirmed through a roll call. (TTY)
People’s Monarch Damian Marvay singing to the Scorch massive Sunday morning. (Pictures by Christoff Griffith.)
Patrons danced to all the 2016 soca hits.
Scorch was hot hot hot.
Breakfast was flowing at Scorch.