New Kingston Gets New Club

KINGSTON, JAMAICA — Party-goers can prepare to kick off those Friday evening-Dear-Lord-why-can’t-the-clock-strike-5 pm-work heels and get ready to party, as New Kingston welcomes another hot spot as of next week.

Club Impuse

Club Impulse, formerly, The Office, will open it’s doors and provide superior entertainment for its patrons, beginning with a welcome party on Thursday.

The club, which is located on the top floor of the New Kingston Burger King building will serve as an alternative party spot for business and working adults who want to party and unwind.

Now under new management, the club has been revamped and refurbished to accommodate their patrons from Thursdays to Sunday nights.

Proprietors of the club, Impact Entertainment, said; “There will be something for every adult at Club Impulse. Whatever your personality type is, there is a party night that caters to you. Our theme nights will be geared towards a more mature audience so to speak.”

On Fridays, the club will have its After Work Jam. “Instead of rushing from your New Kingston, Cross Roads or Downtown office and sitting in traffic for hours to get home and attempt to come back out to hit the club scene, we’ll be open at 5 p.m. to facilitate those who want to come over and start unwinding and having fun,” a representative said.

“ From time to time we’ll be having live band performances, comedy shows and some of the things which have been missing from the party scene. In a nutshell our club is for the independent, the grown and the sexy adults on the party scene.”

Fun and frolic isn’t complete without great drink mixes at affordable prices. The owners say, this too has been taken care of. On their employee roster are some of the island’s best bartenders.

“We want people to feel comfortable and eager to order any drink they want to. As the name of the club suggests, whatever their impulses say, that’s what we cater to. Just think it, and we’ll serve it.”

In addition to Club Impulse’s ‘After Work Jam’ being staged each Friday 5-11 p.m., there will be Happy Thursdays with lots of drink specials and an open bar concept, Wednesday having a retro vibe, Saturday nights with the party vibes and Sunday nights the staging of the already established and popular ‘Gyal Farm Sundayz’ party.


Source: Blueprint Publicity & Promotions


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