Events at a glance

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

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TODAY




Rip The Runway


It promises beach action and great fun at Rip The Runway Access Granted at Waves Beach in Negril. Feature performances from Lady Saw and Tommy Lee. Showtime: 8:00 pm




FRIDAY




Alcohol Statement


Alcohol Statement will be held at the Eva Clean headquarters located at the stoplight of Windward Road and Mountain View on Friday.


The event will feature the sounds of Vigalanty, Juju Royal, Rambo Sketic and Carey Hype. The action kicks off at 9:30 pm.




Sexy In Heels


SEXY In Heels takes place at Gully Side, Campbell Street, Campbell Town on Friday. Featuring the sound of Rad Supreme the event begins at 9:30 pm.






SATURDAY




Lavender and White Affair


It will be a Lavender and White Affair at the National Housing Trust car park in New Kingston, St Andrew on Saturday.


Music to be provided by Lil Richie, Alonzo Hawk, Hypnotic. The action begins at 9:00 pm.






One Beer Only




Saturday will see the One Beer Only The Launch at Campbell's Boulevard (HQ of Romeich Wear and Records). This will be featuring the sounds of ZJ Kool, Wah Wah, Flava Squad, Roderick Howell, Chris Dymond, Ryan Cross. Starting time will be 8:00 pm






SUNDAY


Poetry in Motion


Poetry In Motion at the Manchester Golf Club in Brumalia Road, Mandeville, Manchester on Sunday.


The event will feature performances from Kai Falconer, Dr Michael Abrahams, Prof Fred Hickling, Wayne Chen, Mutabaruka, Dr Leachim Semaj, Yasus Afari and others. Starting time 6:00 pm.




Heineken Igloo


Heineken Igloo 4th Anniversary on Sunday, February 24, 2013 New Ultra Beach (Beside Fort Clarence).




Theatre




Skoolaz


The National Pantomime continues this weekend (Friday to Sunday) at the Little Theatre. Friday and Saturday the play begins at 7:30 pm and on Sunday it will be 4:30 pm.




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