Wednesday, April 24, 2024

No to slackness

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Vulgarity will not be allowed at Sunday’s Digicel Reggae Beach Party, says director of FAS Entertainment Al Gilkes.

Speaking to the DAILY NATION before a site visit yesterday at the new location for the beach party, “Reggae Island” on Pierhead Lane, Lower Bay Street, Gilkes promised clean, entertaining fun.

“There are strict guidelines about vulgarity on stage and profanity,” he said.

“We have sent notice to all performers that if anybody has lyrics that are not suitable for Barbados, for the regulations of Barbados, know that you can’t do it in Barbados because the police would take you off stage . . .

Please read the full story in today’s Daily Nation, or in the eNATION edition.

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