All set for West Palm Beach

Saturday, May 26, 2018

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ALL is set for this year's staging of West Palm Beach Jerk Festival scheduled for the South Florida Fair Grounds at West Palm Beach in Florida on Memorial Day on Monday.

The event — which showcases the cultural richness, heritage, and flavour that the Caribbean jerk seasoning — is now in its 15th year.

Keisha Freeman, a member of the organising committee, is promising a memorable occasion.

“We've maintained an incident-free family event for the last 14 years and in on our 15th anniversary we promise even more activities to keep every member of your family entertained, no matter their age,” she told the Jamaica Observer.

The entertainment package will including Busy Signal, Cocoa Tea, and dancehall quartet LUST (Lukie D, Thriller U, Singing Melody, and Tony Curtis).

The Kids Zone is guaranteed to attract youngsters with fun, interactive programming through the day.

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