I Wayne goes live tonight
I Wayne

SEAN Franics, co-promoter of Bunny’s Live Band Fridays, says the event is filling a void on the entertainment calendar in downtown Kingston.

“It’s a mind, body and soul experience. Patrons come expecting good quality live music, quality entertainment for the belly and the soul,” Francis told the Jamaica Observer.

Held on the last Friday of each month, tonight’s staging is scheduled for the 3B Port Royal Street by the Caribbean Queen boat on the Waterfront.

Roots singer I Wayne leads the list of performers, which also includes Jahbar I and the Firehouse Crew Band, and 5 Star Celestial.

“We also do this event to promote the restaurant (Bunny’s Seaside Kitchen) and it has been growing organically since our first staging. Everyone who comes really loves what we have to offer. It’s a totally different experience,” Francis disclosed.

Since it started five months ago, Bunny’s Live Band Fridays has featured among others, Quizik, Duane Stephenson, Horace Andy, Mackeehan, Bella Blair, Knixx Taylor, Jerone, Prophecy, Micah Shemiah, and Tadre.

— Kevin Jackson

Kevin Jackson

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