'Isaac' postpones shows

Saturday, August 25, 2012    

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SOME events planned for today have be rescheduled due to the passage of Tropical storm Isaac.

Gungo Walk World-Alternative Music and Arts Festival scheduled for the Edna Manley College of the Visual and Performing Arts in St Andrew, and LIME 'Skool Aid' which was to be held at Jam World in St Catherine have been rescheduled for Saturday, September 1.

According to the music/art fest organisers, the decision was arrived at on recommendation of the Meteorological (MET) Office of Jamaica.

"The MET Office revealed the weather conditions will progressively worsen... therefore, the hosting of an outdoor event will not be feasible for the weekend," read a release from the organisers. "We regret any convenience that this postponement might have caused and look forward to your continued support."

Organisers of LIME 'Skool Aid' — LIME Jamaica — issued a similar advisory.





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