Do Road


 

 

Jamaica remains the center of everything entertainment, so just to make sure you don’t miss out on any of the hottest events, be sure to check the Jamaica Today “Do Road” calendar.

Here are some of the local events happening this weekend.

 

Kingston, April 12

We kick things off at the Mass Camp as Bacchanal Jamaica presents Soca and Dancehall. Creep from Chromatic will be on spot to provide the musical thrill, so come out early 9 pm to 2am for Soca and Dancehall.

 

Kingston, April 13

It’s Soca season and the party will never stop. Leisure Cooler Fete is     

Happening at the Constant Spring Golf Club. Come out early for the

Event dubbed Soca and Dancehall.

This is your leisure!

 

Kingston, April 13

Xyamaca International’s Harbour Jam is on and at a new venue. The

Kingston Waterfront is the place to be for the revelry, the fun and the

Excitement. Come for the party 8pm to 2 am.

Drinks inclusive!     

        

St. Ann, April 13

Pretty Girls and Booze is happening at Columbus Park, Discovery Bay.

The event dubbed Soca vs Dancehall is an all-day event, so come out

Early and join the party.    

    

Clarendon, April 14

It’s time to make your way to Rhymesbury Clarendon for Tea Cup

Breakfast and Brunch Series. 9am to 3 pm come out early for ‘SOCA

PAN DI RANCH’. Don’t miss it!    

        

Kingston, April 14

Calling all brides!

Wedding Spectacular Expo and Bridal Fashion show’s eighth anniversary

Is happening for the entire day at the Jamaica Pegasus.    Fashion Show

Every hour on the hour with lots of surprises.

See you there!

 

Kingston, April 14

Experience Running Events 5k and 10k    races. Post-race activities include

tastings and refreshments, massages, a misting station and health

checks, awards presentation and live entertainment.

Everyone’s a winner. Run for a cause.    

 

St. Mary, April 14

Buccaneers Jerk Center, Port Maria is venue for the Wild Bikers Burnout

Car Show. It’s a family affair with lots of attraction for the kids. Live

Performance from Jahmiel and many more.

Be There!

 

St. Ann, April 14

Sharkie’s Beach comes alive from 4 pm to 12 midnight for the “Share Vibes Brunch Party” Music by Noah Powah DJ Nicco and many more.

 

Clarendon, April 16

The conversation on Mental Health continues at the Glenmuir High

School from 10 am- 1pm. Be in the know and let’s make a difference.

Keep the lines of communication open and join the conversation.

Don’t forget you must be 18 years or older to drink, so when you “Do Road” party responsibly!

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Juliane Robinson

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