Events at a glance

Wednesday, March 26, 2014    

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Bacchanal Friday

The Bacchanal experience continues on Friday at the New Mas Camp in St Andrew at 8:00 pm. The Roy Cape All Stars Band and Blaxx will be the guest performers.

Red Stripe Cluster Party, The 1L Edition

The Red Stripe Cluster Party is scheduled for Congreive Park (behind Ken's Wildflower in Portmore) on Friday.

Music will be provided by Nicco Bam Bam and Flava Unit. There will be prizes and surprises. Starting time is 5:00 pm.


Reggae Fever

Unique Supermix Productions will be hosting Reggae Fever at the Puerto Seco Beach, Discovery Bay, St Ann, on Saturday.

Featured performances will be coming from Freddie McGregor, Cocoa Tea, Bounty Killer, Spice, Romain Virgo, Charley Black, Iba Mahr, I-Noah, Dann-I, Alkaline, Loyal Flames and Hitman Walle among others.

Starting time is 8:00 pm.

Earth Hour

Acoustic Concert

The Earth Hour Acoustic Concert will take place at the Ranny Williams Entertainment Centre on Hope Road in St Andrew on Saturday.

Among the featured performers will be Roots Underground, Jesse Royal, Iba Mahr and Nature. Starting time is 6:00 pm.

Yaad and Farrin

4th Anniversary

Yaad and Farrin 4th Anniversary will take place at Skateland, 121 Windward Road in St Andrew on Saturday. Providing music will be Allie Patch, and Chromatic, among others. The event kicks off at 10:00 pm.

Prime Time Bingo

Bingo lovers will have a ball at Prime Time scheduled for Gateway Plaza, Old Harbour, St Catherine, on Saturday. The fun begins at 9:00 pm.

Sweet Sensation

Vintage music lovers will take centre stage at Sweet Sensation, Where Metro Meets Soul scheduled for Waterfalls on Hope Road in St Andrew, on Saturday.

Providing music will be Donovan Dacres, Krazy Kris and DJ Marvin.

March Mingle

March Mingle is slated to take place at Moy Hall, Reading, St James, on Saturday. Music will be provided by Crazy Chris, DJ Ghost, and DJ Chris.





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