Entertainment Diary - Thursday

January 24, 2019



Kingston and St Andrew

Celebrate Olga’s Birthday and customer appreciation at Olga’s Place, Hannah Street, Hannah Town. Music by Grotto Swing Disco and guest selectors. Admission: Come early and support the bar.


Slippery Rave and Water at the UTech Barn. Attractions include foam pit and paint. Tickets available at UTech Students’ Union Office. Music by: ZJ Sparks, DJ Transformers, DJ Keemy and DJ Spinn. Admission: $700 (presold), $1,000 (gate) and $1500 for the dry zone.

St Catherine

Red Stripe Live Stand Up Fi Jamaican Music at the Red Stripe Oval, Spanish Town Road, with performances by Agent Sasco, Red Stripe Big Buss 2017 winner Pastor, Tifa and Rygin King. Gates Open at 7 p.m. Admission: $500 (includes two Red Stripe beers).

SAT, January 26


Kingston and St Andrew

Quarter to Twelve at Mello Sports Bar and Lounge, 16½ West Kings House Road. Music by Renaissance Disco and Travellers Sound. Admission: $1,000. Ladies $500 before 11:45 p.m.


The Queen’s School Alumnae Association presents the18th Staging of The Queen’s Grace Jackson Meet at the National Stadium, Independence Park. Start time: 8:30 a.m. Admission: $600 for adults and $300 for children.


UWI’s Marketing Association College Cooler Fete at the UWI Sandpit from 8 p.m. to 2 a.m. Music by: DJ Antsman, ZJ Chrome, DJ Franco and Coppershot Sound’s DJ Russbuss Admission: $1,000 (presold), $1,200 (at the gate), $3,500 (for a group of five persons).


Mello Vibes Best of the ’70s, ’80s and ’90s ‘Triple Threat’ at the Mas Camp Stadium parking lot. Featuring music by disc jockeys Kurt Riley, Krazy Kris and DJ Marvin. Admission: $1,000 (presold) $1,200 (gate). Ladies $600 before 11 p.m. and $3,500 for VIP Sky Deck.


Flashback and Flavours Retro Party at the American Awning Upstairs Deck, 87 Molynes Road, Kingston 10. Music by ZJ Ice. Admission: $1,500.


St Catherine

Sure Legacy Entertainment Promotion hostsGenesis ‘Create your Legacy’ at Cool Breeze Entertainment Complex, Sharper Lane, Old Harbour, St Catherine. Live performances by Jada Kingdom and Ding Dong Ravers. General Admission: $2,000 and VIP $4,500.

St Thomas

Jodi, Tashy and Cookie present a birthday celebration calledBabes and Bottles at Plum Tree Plaza, Seaforth, St Thomas. Music by: Venom Sound, DJ Sass, SJ Sipple and DJ Jerry, hosted by Milla9. Lots of giveaways every hour.


St Mary

Hello Badmind 7th Anniversary ‘Snowing in January’, at the Castleton Community Centre. Music by: Gold Rush International, Foody Blacks, Twin Addis sound and Phenzic and Baba. Best-dressed female US$200.



Tina presents her River Bash at the Somerset Falls, Port Antonio. Admission: $3,000 (includes transportation from Half-Way Tree NCB at 7 a.m.).


SUN, January 27

St Ann

The Wake Up and Live Benefit Concert hosted by the Xana Romeo Foundation at Island Village, Turtle River Road, Ocho Rios. All proceeds for this year’s show will go to the Women’s Centre of St Ann. Live performances from Xana Romeo, Max Romeo, Lutan Fyah, and Derrick Morgan, among others. Gates open at 1 p.m. Showtime from 3 p.m. to midnight. Admission: $1,000 presold and $1,500 at the gate.


TUES, January 29


Kingston & St Andrew

Launch for theRebirth of the Reggae Calendar at the KGN 10 Sports Bar and Grill, 1A Hillview Avenue, off Eastwood Park Road. Start time: 6 p.m. Special performances by Asante Amen, Isha Bel and Fred Locks as well as guests speakers. Admission: free.


FRI, February 1


Kingston and St Andrew

Hard Wine ‘The Ultimate Soca Experience’ at Mas Camp Stadium North. Music by DJ Kurt Riley, Miami Dream Team, DJ Billy, DJ Richie Ras, DJ Chris Jean from St Vincent and the Grenadines and Marlon Musique. Gates open at 8 p.m. Admission: $1,500 (presold) and $2,000 (at the gate).


Beer Mug Friday at East Nextdoor, 67 Constant Spring Road, Kingston 10. Music by Selector Craig Ross. Event kick starts at 10 p.m. Admission: FREE.


SUN February 3


Kingston & St Andrew


Team Cocoseries JA presents the COCO Brunch dubbed Ladies Playground at the Hope Gardens, Kingston from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. Tickets presold, $3500 for ladies, $5000 for men and $6000 at the gate.


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