[Sharingbuttons]Iba Mahr, Reggae vocalist will be trying hard to outstrip the $450,000 grant that he made to the Linstead hospital last year from the second staging of the ‘Iba MaHr and Friends Tru Juice Sound Di Alarm Music Festival’.
The Linstead Hospital is set to profit hugely from the 2nd scaffolding of the Tru Juice Sound Di Alarm Music Festival scheduled for New Year’s Eve at the Dintill Sports Complex in Linstead.
The Event , planned by Reggae artiste Iba Mahr, his Iba Mahr Foundation and the Harrar Music Group, adage massive success at lasts year’s presentation and will see this year’s net perks going abreast the Linstead Hospital where Iba himself arose. “It is our expectation that this is just the commencement and that Iba Mahr and the Linstead Hospital will carry on to partner together in the forthcoming.”
The yield of the 2016 presentation of the festival apprehended a grant of $450,000 to the Linstead Hospital of which $200,000 was contribution in cash, and the residue in kind. A formal staging of this year’s offering was made earlier this week at the official festival launch on Tuesday, December 5th on the hospital grounds in Linstead, St Catherine. Invitee speakers at the occurrence included Krystal Tomlinson, Cardena Clarke and Yvette Greaves-Martin. The launch was thrown by, Debbie Bissoon with staging from Iba MaHr, Bescenta and Sophia Squire.
Plans have already been drafted for the third presentation of the Tru Juice “Sound Di Alarm Music Festival 2017” and additional information on this year’s happening will be declared shortly, Iba MaHr replied.
“by this time , we ought to see appearances from me personally, Cocoa Tea, Freddy McGreggor, Popcaan, Sizzla, Capleton, Luciano, Junior Reid, Sophia Squire, I-Wayne, Bugle, Zamunda, Lutan Fyah, Chuck Fenda, Turbulence, Exco Levi, Skillarchy, Sativa, Alfray, DVoyce and more,” he replied.