Dancehall artiste Bramma says he wants to give back to his community. He hopes to do this by way of a treat for children and a stage show on March 24 at the Duhaney Park football field.
“It’s a family thing. You can bring out the whole family. It’s a community event, treat, party and stage show. Mi just a give back to mi community. At times yuh find seh a whole heap of people buss and forget weh dem come from, but yuh have youths inna di community weh look up to wi an a watch weh wi do, so anything wi can do wi ago do it,” said Bramma.
The artiste, who grew up in the community, said that the treat which will have attractions such as bounce-abouts and clowns will be free of cost and is set to run from 10 a.m., to 6 p.m., while the stage show will begin at 8 p.m.
The stage show segment will feature entertainers like Elephant Man, Aidonia, I-Octane, KipRich, Fambo and the Big Ship family and will attract an entrance fee of $500.
Bramma says he is inviting all to come out and enjoy the day saying, “Everybody jus come out an enjoy yourself. It’s for the kids, for the grown people. Duhaney Park is a nice place, people fi know dat.”
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