Wayne Wonder saves the day!
Due to circumstance beyond our control, international Reggae star Barrington Levy will not be featured in the lineup of performers for the 7th Annual BEACHFEST Emancipation Celebration taking place on Horseshoe Bay. Attendees will instead sway to the music of reggae artist, Wayne Wonder, who will treat attendees to favourites like “No Letting Go” and “Bounce Along”. He has prepared an epic performance that some believe could be better than what Mr. Levy had in store. This change to one-third of the amazing international festival lineup has changed the trajectory, but not the momentum of this epic community event. Wednesday, August 1st and Thursday, August 2nd at Horseshoe Bay will be the venue for the best and most diverse lineup we’ve ever had in Bermuda.
Wayne Wonder is an exciting replacement who can most definitely settle into the mix which will still include international acts Dead Prez and Trevor Hall as well as local legends Joy T. Barnum, Canjelae, Jelani and more! Every year we work hard to make sure that we put together the best possible BEACHFEST Emancipation Celebration for Bermuda’s residents. Wednesday night will still feature one of Reggae’s greatest tour bands The Detour Band and audiences will be treated to dynamic a mix of local and international, quality performers. Tickets will remain at $50 and are available from the Chewstick office, Liberty Theatre, Kit & Caboodle, Rock Island Coffee and online at ptix.bm.
For up to the minute news and information, go to www.chewstick.org, phone 292-2439 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Community members are also welcome to volunteer by contacting the Chewstick office via the phone number above, coming by the Chewstick Foundation Headquarters on the corner of Elliot Street and Court Street or by simply showing up with a willingness to work hard and a positive attitude, there is always room for people to help make this and any of the the multitude of The Chewstick Foundation’s programs and initiatives possible.