1905 goes tropical


Dimly lit surrounding bathing in the moonlight, people sitting around the fire sipping their favourite drinks listening to the booming music — the perfect mood was set for the night. To celebrate the weekend throughout the night in the Caribbean style, a huge crowd mostly comprising foreigners had gathered for the ‘Caribbean night’ at 1905 on November 23.

A few were gathered around the crackling fire to beat the cold, while some enjoyed the view of the garden from the wooden bridge, and many sat at the bar enjoying their drinks.

Capturing the crowds’ attention reggae artiste Jerry Julian was the first performer of the night. Crooning some cover songs (Heathen, Could you be loved) and a few of his original compositions (Magic of love, Theatrical feelings) he was successful in making most of the people forget the freezing cold and boogey on the dance floor.

Keeping up the mood, Nepali reggae band ‘The Power of Joy’ kept the environment vibrant with their beats of original songs like Thik chha.

Jamaican BBQ was prepared to go with the punch. Jerry and The Power of Joy performed raggae, zouk and Latin music till past midnight.

At the DJ session by DJ PJ, DJ Mort and DJ Doume who played Reggae, Ragga, Dancehall, Ska and Afrobeat mixes, the crowd partied till the wee hours.