MASSIVE JERK FESTIVAL :Shaggy was a treat at the Grace Jamaican Jerk Festival held in Markham Park, Sunrise, Florida

 BY KEVIN JACKSON Observer Writer  Saturday, November 19, 2016     

HEADLINER Shaggy was a treat at the Grace Jamaican Jerk Festival held in Markham Park, Sunrise, Florida, last Sunday.

Children sampling the various drinks at
the Grace booth
With his vast repertoire of hits songs, Shaggy held the jam packed venue under his musical spell, especially the females.
Songs including Oh Carolina, Bonafide Love, It Wasn’t Me, Boombastic, Hey Sexy Lady, Church Heathen and his recent Billboard chart-topper That Lovewere well received.
Prior to putting a lid on the day’s proceedings, Shaggy was preceded by a number of strong performances. They include singer Twiggy whose Do Me Baby, I Want Your Love and Tears on My Pillow provided a bit of warmth on the evening. HEADLINER Shaggy was a treat at the Grace Jamaican Jerk Festival held in Markham Park, Sunrise, Florida, last Sunday.
With his vast repertoire of hits songs, Shaggy held the jam packed venue under his musical spell, especially the females.
Songs including Oh Carolina, Bonafide Love, It Wasn’t Me, Boombastic, Hey Sexy Lady, Church Heathen and his recent Billboard chart-topper That Lovewere well received.
Shaggy in performance at the Grace Jamaican Jerk
 Festival in Florida, last Sunday.
Prior to putting a lid on the day’s proceedings, Shaggy was preceded by a number of strong performances. They include singer Twiggy whose Do Me Baby, I Want Your Love and Tears on My Pillow provided a bit of warmth on the evening. “This is a real great experience for me. It is my first time coming to the jerk festival and I am totally blown away,” said Charlz.
Former National Security Minister Peter Bunting, who was spotted among the crowd with his wife and daughter, had high praises for the event.
“I am fascinated to see the amount of people here. Not only is it a Diaspora event but it receives a lot of support from the community as well. Right now, I am walking around trying to see which of the foods I am going to try,” said Bunting.
Miss Jamaica World 2016 Ashlie Barrett, who participated in the Celebrity Cook-off which was won by Todd Tongen, an
ABC news anchor, said it was her first time coming to the event.
“It’s fantastic. It represents us as Jamaicans — great food, fantastic people and great entertainment and fashion.” more

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