Entertainment

100 goes LIVE for charity

Saturday, December 16, 2017

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BOUNTY Killer, Sizzla, Ding Dong, Chi Ching Ching, Tosh Alexander and dBURNZ are the acts slated for 100 LIVE Stage Show on Hope Road in St Andrew on Wednesday, December 27.

Show time at 8:00 pm.

The event is sponsored by Wray and Nephew and WATA, and part proceeds will go towards Sandy Park, Jamaica Epilepsy Foundation, and National Chest Hospital.

Marketing Executive Alexisse Chin said the Yuletide season not only allows for reflection but also provides an opportunity for individuals to share what they have in the spirit of love.

“We chose these three organisations to give back to, because we know the work they do each and every day improves the lives of Jamaicans. We feel honoured to create a space where fortunate individuals can join together to care,” said Chin.

“We have an excellent line up, so patrons can expect a great show. More importantly, I must commend these artistes who have decided to be a part of the show. They too have shown commitment to care,” Chin continued.

The 100 Live series began in September of this year.

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