Jamaica’s premier old hits party Heineken Good Times, returns to the Mas Camp Village in Kingston on Saturday August 28, and with an added attraction the promoters are firmly keeping secret.
Good Times is known for its dedication to fun party themes and this one is no different. This session will be named Retro University Old Uniform Party, and as the name states, patrons are being encouraged to wear all types of old uniforms in the name of good fun. Nothing sets the atmosphere better than the music and clothes that reflect a particular period, and the good vibes that come along with the party.
People are still talking about the last staging of Good Times in June, following its other memorable staging in Grenada and New York earlier this year. The session lived up to its reputation of delivering full bodied entertainment quality retro music with no talking over the microphones.
Good Times Retro University Old Uniform Party is on track to continue the wave of excitement, and with an added surprise that the organizers will not reveal until the night of the session. The music will be the most cherished selections coming from the 70s, 80s, and 90s, with no interruptions of the flow coming from the microphones. Dress comfortably and prepare to mingle with old friends after breezing through the traditional free-flowing entry gates. Those with advance tickets should note that their path into the venue should be even smoother because of these tickets. As usual, there will be Heineken Premium bars fully stocked with beverages to last through the night, and special bucket deals served by professional and pleasant staff.
Tickets cost $800 and $1000 at the gate. They are available at Gym For Life in Half-Way-Tree, Music Mart, Cuddyz, Ribkage, Total Service Station Liguanea, Genus Pharmacy in Portmore, L.G. Brown Service Station, or through Jus Call Couriers.
Good Times is Jamaica’s premier and oldest party series, held in Kingston, Ochio Rios and Negril each year. It draws together thousands of loyal fans from across all social stratas in Jamaica, and also has robust support from overseas visitors. The next session takes place on Saturday August 28, at the Mas Camp Village in New Kingston.