Entertainment Diary, WEDNESDAY

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March 22, 2017
Anthony Minott/Freelance Photographer These two were 'feeling the blues' in a good way at GSO held in New Kingston recently.

SAT, March 25

St James

Byron Lee's Jamaica Carnival, MoBay Blowout,

at Pier 1.

St Catherine

Simple Ting, All-White Reshuffle Edition, at Central Village Community Centre. Music by Ciroc Sound, Rockwildaz, DJ Humma, Bishop Escobar. Pictures by Check it Out. Best-dressed female gets $10,000.

SUN, March 26

Jackson Seventh-day Adventist Church presents The Damion Reid Benefit Concert, at the Simons All-Age School. Featuring Jodian Pantry, Carey and Sharilyn Sayles, and Brother West. Tickets: $500 pre-sold, $700 at the gate, children $250. All proceeds in aid of hip replacement surgery for Damion.

Kingston &

St Andrew

People's Choice 2017 Hairstyle Competition, at Knutsford Court Hotel, starting midday. Style categories: weaving, braiding, and fantasy. Total prize money US$3,000. Online registration open February 13 to March 19. Register by sending a direct message with name and number to Bijouxhairusa on Facebook, or Instagram, or email bijouxhair@gmail.com.

THURs, March 30

Clarendon

Bingo on the Balcony, at Brown's Business Centre, Dr Bell Drive, May Pen. Admission: $1,000. Hosted by Cassanova.

FRI, March 31

St Catherine

Jus Bingo, at Brunswick Avenue, Spanish Town. Admission: $500. Hosted by Cassanova.

Kingston &

St Andrew

Kill Dem Wid Style, at Atlantic Pub, Mount Salus, Stony Hill. Music by Killa Tone Extreme Sound, San Hype, Fire Goose, DJ Mop Head from Montego Bay. Fish fry ticket: $1,000. Prize for sexiest female US$100.

SUN, April 2

Sons of Rabalac presents Alumni Football Game, alumni vs Calabar players at Calabar Sports Complex, starting 2:30 p.m. Refreshments on sale. Contact 646-554-4019 for more information.

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