WARSAW, Poland (AP) — A Polish court has fined a 23-year-old woman who admitted posting an invitation to an outdoor spring party on Facebook, which drew more than 20,000 people. Some of them were rowdy and got into fights.
The court in the southern city of Krakow said Friday the woman failed to seek permission or en ...more »
The next staging of the live music showcase Wickie Wackie Live is set for this Saturday, November 2.
The organisers note that the November line-up promises to continue the tradition of wholesome entertainment and features reggae chanter I-Wayne, Rootz Underground, Sherieta and the Earth Cry Band. The show will open with aspiring artiste Rachaad, whose family tree includes the great musician Count Ossie.
Started as a monthly Sunday beach party, Wickie Wackie Live was launched in 2010 by the Raging Fyah band.
The series ran for 18 months featuring Raging Fyah along with other up and coming talent mixed with more well known names. The Wickie Wackie Live series has provided a live performance platform to a number of today's young artistes including Jah 9, NoMaddz, Dubtonic Kru, Iba Mahr and Uprising Roots supported by more established artistes like Protoje, Romain Virgo and Duane Stephenson.
After a two-year hiatus, Wickie Wackie Live returned last month headlined by Raging Fyah, Jesse Royal, Skygrass, Pentatuech and Keida.
The community of Wickie Wackie has been a part of the Jamaican entertainment landscape on and off since the 1960s as a popular venue in St Thomas for dances and parties and continues that legacy today as hosts to the monthly live music series just 15 minutes outside of Harbour View.
Reggae singer I-Wayne headlines Wickie Wackie Live this
Saturday November 4.
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