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‘Yesterday: The Better of the 90s marks 20 years

Diwali rhythm still has them clapping

OVER the years partygoers and lovers of retro music have consistently enjoyed the offerings at Wray and Nephew’s Yesterday: The Better of the 90s.

This Saturday the event will have a good time its twentieth anniversary in advantageous style on the Mas Camp in St Andrew.

A cadre of disc jocks, including DJ Marvin and DJ Arif Cooper, in addition to sound system Bass Odyssey will be sure that patrons don’t miss a step, musically.

Gyete Ghartey, promoter of Yesterday: The Better of the 90s, says the event has grown over the 20 years.

“We’ve got stayed true to the unique recipe, which is music from the 90s. We offer great ambience for our patrons, we proceed to maintain our prices inexpensive for everybody. This has helped in our growth and keeps our patrons coming back to every event,” said Ghartey.

He said the highlight over the 20 years is seeing the positive impact that the event has had on patrons and members of his staff.

“Yesterday: [The] Better of the 90s brings back memories, and patrons relive their fun times with nuff dancing and merriment. You possibly can’t resist letting loose and absorbing the vibes while you come to our event,” Ghartey declared.

Ghartey said that through research, Yesterday: The Better of the 90s was born.

“We did our research and folks told us that they wanted more retro events in order that they’ll have time — that is how we got here up with the event — and our first staging in 2002 was at Indies Pub in New Kingston,” he shared.

“On Saturday night patrons can expect non-stop dancing, great music, and an evening of celebrations,” Ghartey concluded.

Selfie time at a previous staging of Yesterday Better of the 90s
Bouncing to the music
Sharing lens at Yesterday: The Better of the 90s

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