Entertainment Diary - FRIDAY

August 31, 2018
These two were certainly feeling a party vibe during Phuket that was held at Sugarman's Beach in Hellshire, Portmore, last Sunday.



Kingston and St Andrew


Fridays After-Work Link Up with special guest selector and resident music selector Vin de Musical Icon at Jacob's Place, 10A Springvale Avenue (entrance road to Phil's Hardware, off Constant Spring Road). Seafood and music videos on big-screen projector.

Blem Entertainment presents Unruly Ting: Pan di Roof at Island Breeze Plaza roof, 255A Spanish Town Road. Music by 13 Gang, Sky Level Sound, DJ Fyah Ran and Mix Up Skaka. Admission: females free, males $300. Pictures by Neva Photos.

SAT, Sept 1


St Catherine


Unity Round Robin, in association with Shawnette, presents Prayer We A Use and Win at Hillside Plaza, Bayside, Portmore. Music by 6 Killa Super Sound. Pics by Majestic Studios.

SAT, Sept 8


Kingston and St Andrew


Dre Hype presents INSTAHYPE Tuff Edition featuring Rygin King at Shoppy Car Wash, Stony Hill. Music by K9 Sound, ZJ West (from Zip103 FM), DJ Baba, DJ Phenzik and Supa Blaxxx. Admission: $500. Gates open 9 p.m. Ticket outlets: Fierce by Dre (Limelight Complex), Rotty & Cherry Restaurant (Stony Hill), Infront di Bar (Stony Hill) and Wildflower Middle Eastern Restaurant (Portmore).

Storm Boss presents Purple Rain at Dussout Bar, Exchange. Music by Red Stripe Mobile, Mixmaster Overdose, Six Pack Sound and DJ Ashile. Luncheon all day.

FRI, Sept 21


Kingston andSt Andrew



Raquel presents her Round Robin Things Go Change at Salisbury Plane, Paradise Road. Music by Danger Sound.

FRI, Oct 12


Kingston and St Andrew



African Connection Dashiki Edition at D'Clubhouse, Temple Hall. Music by Tony Pele Hype, Barry (Super Mix) and Foody Blaxx.

SAT, Nov 3


Kingston andSt Andrew



Black Scorpio 50th Anniversary and Award Show at House of Dancehall. Featuring Jack Scorpio, King Jammy's, Barry G, Jam One, Tony Screw Down Beat The Ruler, Capleton, Josey Wales, Sanchez, and more. Admission :$1,500 presold $2,000 at the gate.

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