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Emancipate Yourself With Heineken River Sundays, St Elizabeth

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Heineken River Sundays; the number one family event in St Elizabeth will be bigger and better this Emancipation Day. The monthly event which will see its fifth instalment this Sunday has been growing from strength to strength and is now a regular staple on the Southern Jamaica entertainment calendar.

The first instalment of Heineken River Sundays which was held on Easter Sunday saw over 2000 patrons coming out with a special performance by Jah Cure. The second staging was held on May 2 and featured dancers from all over Jamaica. The third, held on June 6 was a female invasion of St Elizabeth in the form of the Fluffy Diva Miss Kitty, high riding artiste Ce’Cile and DJ Sunshine who made her debut as a dancehall artiste.  

On Sunday July 4 there was the ‘Schools Out Graduation and Summer Party’ edition which heralded the beginning of the Holiday season. Razz and Biggy, Kingston Allstars and several other Kingston based sound systems came down to St Elizabeth and made the show that much sweeter.

Heineken River Sundays is a free event and all profits gained from the selling of food and drink will be donated to community projects. Promoter of the monthly event Delmar ‘Della Danger’ Drummond’ says Jamaicans from all walks of life should come out in their Jamaican colours this Sunday: “Because it’s an emancipation party we want Jamaicans to show their colours, we will be playing all the hits from way back to now; all your favourite festival songs and we know the crowd will love it. The drink is Heineken so fans know to drink responsibly and come eat the best food this side of Jamaica”.

This Sunday’s Heineken River Sundays dubbed the ‘Emancipation Party’, will be held on Emancipation Day Sunday August 1 between 12pm-12am at Grossman River, Braes River St Elizabeth. The event will feature the likes of ZJ Ice, Danger Zone, Jerry Kruga, kwaku Vybz , and King Ghetto. The admission to enter is zero dollars and there will be a kids’ treat between 12 pm and 7 pm with popcorn machines, rides and refreshments.

Leave the hustle and bustle of Kingston behind, the next day is a holiday so, emancipate yourself with Heineken River Sundays in St Elizabeth this Sunday.

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