November 23, 2010
I Octane, Richie Spice, Tarrus Riley, Queen Ifrica and Etana headline western fest
The promoters of the upcoming Western Fest, which will take place at the Rhodes Hall Plantation in Orange Bay, Hanover, are assuring patrons that the event, slated for this Saturday November 27, will be an experience that they will never forget.
Co-organiser of Western Fest, Basil Bennett, of Hard Rock Promotions, has indicated that the day and night event will be a top quality production.
"The line-up that we have put together for Western Fest is very good and our production will be of the highest standards. We also have a very nice venue it's a great location for partying, patrons who come out for Western Fest are going to have a blast," he said.
Western Fest will feature several popular acts such as I Octane, Richie Spice, Tarrus Riley, Queen Ifrica, Etana, Aidonia and Voicemail along with several promising upcoming artistes including Timmi Burrell, BJ American Idol, Imani, Mr Groove and Lighta Secret.
Although this will be the first staging of the event Bennett believes that it will be a big success, especially because of the quality line-up of artistes that he and his team have chosen.
Western Fest will begin at ten in the morning and will feature a host of activities that will see patrons vying to win prizes such as Black Berry phones among other items. The musical juggling will be handled by the popular HYPE Zone sound-system. Backing bands for Western Fest are Black Soil, Gumption, Hype Zone and Ninja Force Band.
Bennett also stated that Hard Rock Promotions plans to stage this event on an annual basis therefore he and his team are doing all the necessary things to make it a success.
"Western Fest is going to be an annual show and we are doing everything to ensure that we start off with a bang. The plan is to make it bigger and better each time around said Bennett.