Latitude Makes Good on Aidonia

There is a new name in Saint Lucian entertainment and they have vowed to not only offer patrons a new and more exciting way to party but they will do so in a safe and fun environment. In the aftermath of frustrated party goers using social media sites as the venting station for the island’s lack of entertainment venues on island, Latitude, the sort of new kids on the block breathed a breath of fresh air and solidified their mark on what was considered a dilapidated industry.

The company’s first event was Pretty Please “All Black Affair” featuring dancehall heavyweight Aidonia and the fresh prospect Vershon. Months of promotion called on patrons to secure their tickets early to avoid disappointment at the door, but no kind of promotion would have ever prepared the Latitude team for what was about to occur.

Vershon was the first artiste to hit the stage performing his hits including “Boom”, “Use to Hungry” and the inspiring single which gave him his big break “Inna Real Life”. A new name to many in Saint Lucia, Vershon managed to win over the audience especially the ladies with his golden voice and many lyrics invoking positivity.

By the time Vershon had ended his performance and the emcee began warming the audience up for headliner Aidonia, the doors of the Johnson’s Centre were closed leaving many patrons who had hoped to get a ticket at the door ruin their missed opportunity.

The J.O.P general Aidonia took the stage with all guns blazing and hits flowing. For over an hour and thirty minutes he thrilled and at intervals joined the audience as he performed his many club bangers including “Pretty Please”, “BrukiBruka”, “Jackhammer” and “Fi Di Jockey”.

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