The Association of Jamaica Nationals presents a Cultural Extravaganza and Salute to the Commonwealth Games to mark Jamaica’s 60th Anniversary of Independence. The event takes place at the Birmingham Town Hall, Victoria Square on Saturday 23rd July at 7.30pm.
Dr Beverly Lindsay, Chair of the Association and lead organiser said the Jamaica’s 60th Independence Celebrations and the Commonwealth Games calls for a double celebration.
“ We promise to deliver an entertaining evening, featuring a list of local, national, and international artists, who will create great excitement. That is what we are planning on July 23rd.”
From America, singing sensation Steve Higgins, MOBO winner Lurine Cato, the Reggae Prince, Mr Fix IT, Winston Francis. Opera Diva, Abigail Kelly, the Great Britain Dance Champion, Amiyah Joseph, Jazz Orchestra, the Note Benders featuring Soweto Kinch, the band will play a specially written new composition for the event.
Featured local artists include Sandra Golding, Rap Master, Bee Niice, Track One Reggae Band, Eloquence Dance Sensation, violinist, Melika Queely, and London based and always a crowd favourite, Ms Carroll Thompson, ‘The Queen of Lovers Rock.’
Mr Joseph Marcel, the undeniable coup of the event and star of films such as Hero, The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind, The Exorcism of Christ and the lead in many Shakespearian roles and star of the Fresh Prince of Bel Air, playing ‘Geoffrey’, is the Master of Ceremony.
Tickets on sale NOW! Call Box Office; 0121 780 3333. Birmingham Town Hall Victoria Square. www.thsh.co.uk. For more information email: email@example.com.