The party series, which started in March of 1996, is ready to take patrons on another unforgettable ride down memory lane, as the promoters of the event pairs two of Jamaica’s top deejays for the first time at the event, and according to Jerome Hamilton, the final Heineken Good Times for 2009 will be “worth your while”.
Hamilton, a member of the three-man Quorum, said Heineken Good Times fanatics can safely press the rewind button knowing that “the two disc jocks we’ve selected will create one of the best Heineken Good Times vibes we’ve ever had.”
He also mentioned that for the first time in two years, the event will feature live performances.
“It’s the first time in two years that we going to have artistes making cameo appearances at Good Times, and so we’re really putting together a complete entertainment package,” Hamilton said, before mentioning that the price tag for the party is a mere $800 if tickets are bought pre-sold, and $1000 if the tickets are purchased at the gate.
Established in 1996 by a group of friends who wanted re-create and share their party times, the Heineken Good Times brand was born. Since then, the event has become a staple calendar event, especially on the Kingston party scene. However, Heineken Good Times can also be had beyond the capital city, as the brand has made its way to Mandeville, Montego Bay, Negil, and Ocho Rios for stagings each year.
Sponsored by lager giant Heineken, MackD’s, Bars To Go, Atlas Security, and Just Call Couriers, 2009’s final Heineken Good Times will take place on Saturday November 28 inside the Mas Camp Village. Patrons can enjoy the best of the 70’s, 80’s and 90’s music for $800 pre-sold, and $1000 at the gate. Tickets are available at Rib Kage on Constant Spring Road, Cuddyz in New Kingston, Total Service Station in Liguanea, L.G. Brown Service Station on Dunrobin Avenue, or by calling Just Call Couriers.