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July 3, 2014
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Artistes deliver at Grace's 'Taste of Grace' Roadshow

MC Pretty Boy Floyd dances with a patron. - Contributed photos

Minister Lubert Levy takes centre stage.

The Levy Heritage performing.

Aidonia delighting the audience.

The Sunshine City, Portmore, St Catherine, was energised on Saturday by dancehall dynamo Aidonia and Minister Lubert Levy and the Levy Heritage, as they hit the stage at Grace's 'Taste of Grace' Road Show.

First up to perform was the ever lively Minister Lubert Levy and the Levy Heritage, who had the crowd singing along to their upbeat gospel songs, while showcasing some of their dancing skills.

Aidonia took the stage afterwards and most certainly did not disappoint, as he had the crowd singing along word for word to hits such as Run Road, We Sick and Caribbean Girls. Aidonia also had great appeal with his fans.

Fame FM's Dwight Ross and Portmore's own Pretty Boy Floyd both served as emcees for the day, causing waves of laughter throughout the crowd with games and friendly competitions, which also allowed participants to win prizes and gift baskets courtesy of Grace.

scrumptious food samples

Throughout the day, there were cooking competitions for adults and children, scrumptious food samples made from Grace products, as well as games and rides for children along with the slated performances.

Closing the show was Portmore's Michael Jackson, who performed dances to hits such as Billie Jean and The Way You Make Me Feel, before closing with his back-up dancers to one of the greatest hits of all time Thriller.

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