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Morning Bliss turns 4

Quite a dish (Photos: Rokin Entertainment)

Brunch and breakfast party series Morning Bliss celebrates its fourth anniversary on Heroes’ Day, Monday, October 17, with a food-inclusive brunch at Hope Gardens in St Andrew.

Dubbed the all-white edition, the event has Worthy Park Select as its title sponsor.

Junior Bloodline is the promoter of Morning Bliss.

“Our very first Morning Bliss was held in October 2018 on the Lyssons Beach in St Thomas. It has grown to turn out to be a staple calendar event being held annually on Heroes’ Day, Ash Wednesday, and on Independence Day,” said Junior Bloodline.

He added, “The support from our loyal patrons is what has kept us going through the years. We’ve had patrons coming from so far as Portland, Kingston, St Thomas, Ocho Rios, and even Negril.”

The promoter says the Heroes Day staging shall be a memorable one.

“It’s our anniversary so we’re going all out to be sure that our patrons have an excellent time having fun with good food and music. Morning Bliss has come into the town as a food-inclusive event and we shall be whetting everyone’s taste buds with our exquisite menu of food from Ultimate Lounge and Kingston Blendzzz,” he said.

ZJ Liquid, Bloodline Franco, Brush1, Shukkle Bus, DJ Wayne, and DJ Rella are among the many DJs who’re tasked to take the event to higher decibels musically.

“What keeps our patrons coming back is the party vibe, the high energy, great music, and good food,” said Junior.

Blowing a kiss (Photo: Rokin Entertainment)
Absorbing the vibes at Morning Bliss (Photo: Rokin Entertainment)
Putting her best leg forward (Photo: Rokin Entertainment)
Striking a pose (Photo: Rokin Entertainment)
Able to party (Photo: Rokin Entertainment)
Having fun with the musical selections at a previous staging of Morning Bliss (Photo: Rokin Entertainment)
Flashing a smile (Photo: Rokin Entertainment)

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