Sandals arts fest on tonight

Saturday, May 19, 2018

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THE best talent that Sandals and Beaches resorts have to offer will be on full display tonight during the National Finals of Festival of Arts (formerly ENCORE) Talent and Model Competition at Sandals Ochi Beach Resort in St Ann.

Categories to be contested include: Male Singer, Spoken Word, Female Singer, Male Model, Female Model, Solo Dance, Group Dance, DJ Clash and Instrumental.

The national finals will pit winners of the Ocho Rios, Montego Bay and Negril regions in a battle royal to determine who will represent Jamaica in the international finals scheduled for June in St Lucia.

Garett Bailey entertainment division manager at Sandals Ochi, said he was very excited to be hosting the event and was looking forward to a high level of competition.

“Over the past several weeks, all the various regions have selected their top talents and they have all been working assiduously to bring their 'A' game to the national finals,” Bailey noted. “This company has tremendous talent and guests will be treated to an awesome evening. The competition, of course, will be very stiff so may the best talents win.”

Bailey said the Sandals Festival of Arts gets bigger and better every year and the 2018 staging promises to be an extraordinary production.

“Everyone has stepped up their 'A' game this year. All the regions are brimming with excitement as they seek to compete against their counterparts, “ Bailey said.

“Our company continues to create a platform for employees to showcase their talent. The feedback we have gotten from the public has grown tremendously and has progressed into an event that is highly anticipated,” the entertainment division manager concluded.

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