Entertainment Diary - Thursday

December 15, 2016
Anthony Minott/Freelance Photographer It's double trouble with these two at Magnum Beach O Rama, in Bull Bay, recently.

FRIDAY, December 16

Kingston & St Andrew

Colours in Praise, After-Exam Flex, at St Andrew High School for Girls, 10 Cecelio Avenue, near Half-Way Tree Square, from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Featuring Minister Rondell Positive. Patrons should wear clothes that reflect the colours of their schools or churches. Admission: $500.

This and every Friday, NK Deli and Salsa Society of Jamaica present Pre-Game Fridays, 2-4-1 Happy Hour, at New Kingston Conference Centre (upstairs New Kingston Business Centre). Free salsa classes at 6 p.m. Latin dancing continues until 10 p.m. Music by DJ Drizzy Dre & DJ Chan. Telephone: 754-8714.

This and every Friday, Jackpot Sports Bar presents Come Drink with Me, 42 Giltress Street, Rollington Town, Kingston 2. Every Friday and Saturday, reduced prices on all drinks, lots of giveaways and free tokens to play slots.

Bacardi presents Major Lazer and Friends, at Mas Camp, Kingston, from 8 p.m. to 2 a.m. Tickets available at Ribbiz Ultra Lounge.

Damion Tequila Boss Birthday Bash, Special Edition at Rotty Bar, Stony Hill. Music by Super Mix.

SATURDAY,

December 17

 

Kingston & St Andrew

This and every Saturday, Magnum Belleh Saturdays, the ultimate dancing party, at 28 Derrymore Road. Admission: free.

Replenish Boss Kemar presents Replenish Reloaded, at Shoppy's Car Wash, Stony Hill. Music by Super G Sound, San Hype, DJ Blacks and DJ Brando.

Bottles Reloaded, the Beach Edition, at Port Royal, Tash Beach Bar, from 4 p.m. to midnight. Live performances by Spragga Benz, Red Square Rebelnation and others.

Admission: $500 before 8 p.m. and $1,000 after. Part proceeds to the Port Royal Basic and All-Age School.

 

St Ann

Lisa the Teaser presents her birthday bash and luncheon at Main Street, St Ann's Bay, beside the feeding shop.

Trelawny

Young African, New Money and Top Man present Intoxication, The All-Black Event at Peppers Jerk Centre, 20 Duke Street, Falmouth. Music by Map Head, Dexta Peppa and Shotta Hype, Vybz Machine. Admission: $500.

St Elizabeth

Handel and Horn present Uppa Level, at Vinny Sampson place, Cheapside. Featuring Energy Zone.

Westmoreland

Stop the Violence Music Festival, at Bourbon Beach, Negril. Featuring Culture, Ras Zacharri, Abajonai Kushites, Filantro lavah, Lexi, Classic B, Chicken Hawk, Larry Smoove. Speaking out against violence and promoting education.

SUNDAY, December 18

Kingston & St Andrew

The ART-ist is in YOU at the Altamont Court Hotel at 5:30 pm-8 pm. Displaying paintings, drawings, photography, sculpting, woodcrafting, pottery, etc. There will also be a vibe session with spoken words, dance, poetry, etc.

FRIDAY, December 23

Kingston & St Andrew

Sickquick Promotion presents, Winter Fresh, Clean Edition, at Pinto Lane, Stony Hill. Music by Coolie Hype, San Hype, K-Nne, and DJ Baba. Giveaways: US $300, $5,000 Digicel credit, and grocery bags.

Involve Magazine presents, Glory Inna Half Way Tree, at Mandela Park, Half-Way-Tree. A day and night event for the entire family culminating in a grand gospel concert featuring Supa and Sticko, Prodigal, Latoya Hamilton, Chozenn, Minister Blessed, and many others. Admission: free.

Young Cat Promotion presents, Marverley Black and White, at Top Marverley, Campden Crescent, Kingston 20. Music by Stone Love. Featuring Chris Diamond, Foota Hype, Tony Matterhorn, Boom Boom, and Lizard Hype.

SATURDAY, December 24

Rae Town Sting, at Rae Town Football Field. Featuring Beenie Man, Turbulence, Baby Trish, Stacious, Gaza Slim, Junior Reid, Voice Main, Jah Mason, Gully Bop, and many others. Admission $300 at the gate, $200 presold.

Stone Love 44th Anniversary, at Red Stripe Oval, 214 Spanish Town Road. Admission free before 11 p.m., $600 presold, $800 at the gate.

 

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