Pink Pan­ther plans big birth­day bash

The Star (Jamaica) - - ENTERTAINMENT -

It’s another year and leg­endary sound sys­tem op­er­a­tor Pink Pan­ther will seek to cel­e­brate his birth­day in style.

For the past 14 years, the mu­sic vet­eran has held, to huge suc­cesses, his birth­day party, which is a cul­mi­na­tion of street dance, stage show and party cel­e­bra­tion for him and his loyal fans.

And, on this oc­ca­sion, the pop­u­lar sound- clash ex­pert has set his sights on bet­ter­ing pre­vi­ous years with an ar­ray of qual­ity en­ter­tain­ment lined up for the many ex­pected pa­trons.

COM­MU­NITY DE­VEL­OP­MENT

Pro­ceeds from the event, set to take place this Satur­day on Main Street, Chris­tiana, will go to­wards com­mu­nity de­vel­op­ment, a trait he has adopted since the event’s in­cep­tion.

Mu­sic will be powered by Span­ish Town’s High Ten­sion sound sys­tem but the main at­trac­tion will be the per­for­mances of the highly ex­pe­ri­enced Mat­ter­horn, Fire Links, Ricky Trooper and Pink Pan­ther, all of whom are seen as the best sound se­lec­tors world­wide.

Stone Love, Bass Odess­esy, Bredda Hype, Foota Hype, Sky Juice, Gary Chucks, Mad Ras, Sun City’s Chud Roc and Fire Wayne and Kil­a­man­jaro are ex­pected to pro­vide great song se­lec­tion along with the ex­pe­ri­enced four.

Other se­lec­tors slate for the event are ur­ban- based Jazzy T and ZJ’s Johnny Cool, Liq­uid and Ice. Black Kat, Niney Bad­ness, DJ Sher­lock, Bad Ras, Yel­low Skoolaz, Black Love and Rep­tile Bling rep­re­sent Manch­ester’s finest.

Ad­mis­sion, for such a star- stud­ded event, spon­sored mainly by Guin­ness then Liq­uid Nitro and Thomas Jew­ellery, stands only at $ 500.

The event will also fea­ture some of the very best lo­cal artistes in the form of Ro­main Virgo, I- Oc­tane, Fan­tan Mo­jah, Royal Flames, Bu­gle, Charly Black, Kon­shens, Chuck Fen­der, Co­coa Tea, Lee’Tal, Macka Diamond, Raine Seville, Rozay, Rae Tay and 5 Star Camp’s Red Lawd and Singing Sun­shine.

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