Entertainment Diary - THURSDAY

July 27, 2017
This hottie strikes the pose at Dip Xtreme Wet pool party at the Olympia Crown Hotel, in St Andrew on Saturday.


Richie's Kitchen and Seafood Place, in association with Bikers For Life Motorcycle Club, presents Nyam and Party Sinting Part Three, at Building Block HQ, 14 Melrose Avenue, Kingston 13. Menu: steamed fish, roasted fish, shrimp, jerked chicken, fried chicken, curried goat and more. Food starts being served at 10 a.m.

Davel and Crystal present Essence, at ATL car park, 39 Half-Way Tree Road, from 9 p.m. to

2 a.m. Featuring dancers Juggy and Rass, and guest artistes. DJs: Influence, Dave, and Enigma. Guest DJ: Fire Deen and Baxter. Admission: $300 with ATL ID, $500 at the gate. Prizes for Best Queen and Star Gena.

Seafood Fiesta, Fridays After-Work Link-Up, at Jacob's Place, Kings Plaza. Featuring mouth-watering seafood on sale and big-screen projector showing music videos from the '60s, '70s, '80s and '90s.

Timeka presents her birthday party called New Level, New Level, Lipstick Plaza Down Stairs Bar and Lounge at 17 Congreve Park, Bayside, Portmore. Featuring live performances by Clymaxx, Baby Trish, and friends. Music by Flava Unit.


St Thomas



Robert Lightbourne Alumni Association presents Home Coming, at Trinityville. Featuring community football, high-school football, debate, beauty pageants and giveaways. Other attractions include water slide, bounceabout, face-painting, and sprints. Admission: kids free, adults $200.

SAT, July 29

Robert Lightbourne Alumni Association presents Home Coming Gospel and Reggae Concert, at Trinityville. Gospel show is 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Reggae show is 11 p.m. to 4 a.m. Featuring George Nooks, Keesa Peart, Omar Douglas, Baby Trish, Likkle D, Jameik King, Di Ruption, Merciless, Bushman, Bad Bull Boss, Amaziyah The Great, and Prophecy. Admission: adults $600 before 10 p.m., $800 after. Children $150 with school ID, $200 without.

Rose Promotions presents Quavo's, Drink Inclusive, at 10 Jacks Hill Road. Music by Copper Shot, Di Unit. Admission: $2,000.


St Mary



St Mary Music and Food Festival, a day and night event. Featuring Kevin Isaacs, Culture, Michael Dawkins, Onesty from Belgium, Jah Mike, Chicken Hawk, Masterblade, Baby Father, Anaicon, and Eye Water. Admission: $1,000. Ticket outlet: Gayle's Farm Supplies, St Mary. Shuttle bus leaves at 5 a.m. Contact 816-5948 for further details.

WED, August 2


Kingston & St Andrew



Tequila Seventh Anniversary, at Rotty Bar, Stony Hill. Music by Supermix Di Energy Sound. Featuring games all day, food and soup on the house.

SAT, August 5


St Catherine



Bembe Style-Fashion Statement, at Top Deck Glengoffe. Music by Super Mix Sound, DJ Shawn, Cha Cha, Vybz 13 Music, and Bredda Hype Sound.

SUN, August 6


St Catherine



Beach Flex Car Sound Competition at Fort Clarence Beach. Admission $250.

FRI, August 11


Kingston & St Andrew



Ghetto ATI, at Stress Free Lawn, Ward Close. Music by Star One Sound and the Crew. Featuring: Fire Biggs, Joe Bling, DJ Oshane, DJ Platinum, and DJ Briggi. Best styled female wins a flat-screen TV.


St Thomas



Free Flow promotion, in association with Buggy, Symone and DJ Sipple, presents Free Flow, Part 11, Buggy Famous Birthnight Bash, at G Spot Nightclub, Seaforth. Featuring Jack Stain, DJ Sipple and Flava, Tony P, Kevin Genius and Legacy Sound. Admission: $200.

SUN, August 1


Kingston & St Andrew



SenYAcum Edutainment, in association with JCDC and Irie FM, presents Jamaica Poetry Festival, at Louise Bennett Garden Theatre, 36 Hope Road, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Lifetime Achievement Award will be presented to Professor Mervyn Morris. Tributes will be paid to Mr Delroy Gordon. Featuring Mutabaruka, Yasus Afari, Asante Amen, Antonia Valarie, Jessica Mbangeni, Dr Clinton Hutton, Ka'Bu Ma'at Kheru, Kimberley Wright, and Kim Gaubault. Tickets: adults - $1,000 pre-sold, $1,500 at the gate; children - $700 pre-sold, $1,000 at the gate.

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