Jamaica Independence Festival 50 Huddersfield: THE OLYMPIC GOLDRUSH
05 Aug 2012
The island nation of Jamaica gained independence from Britain 50 years ago this year. On August 5, 2012, on what could be our proudest day yet Huddersfield will celebrate Jamaica's 50th anniversary of independence in style. A Spectacular Music Extravaganza & Live Screening of The Men's 100M FINAL on a Colossal Giant Screen
US singer and song writer power house Angie Stone will be playing here for one night only this July! See her perform tracks such as ‘Wish I didn’t Miss You’, ‘No More Rain’, ‘I Wanna Thank Ya’ and more! Alongside UK support act Omar Read More
Manchester Caribbean Carnival 2012
11 Aug 2012
Manchester Carnival has brought Caribbean culture to the forefront, annually for over 30 years, and is the North West's largest celebration of Caribbean music and carnival arts. A vibrant celebration of Caribbean music, dance, theatre and costume.
Yes People here it is Again...After the Sellout Event of the Carnival Extravaganza 2011 where you saw the return of the Mighty BROADWAY SOUND and a Host of establish Djs over Three floors @ SOUND Control City center Manchester,the time has come Again where we do it all again..Read More
Screening: Think Like A Man
23 Jul 2012
Based on Steve Harvey's best-selling book, Think Like a Man follows four interconnected and diverse men whose love lives are shaken up after the ladies they are pursuing buy Harvey's book and start taking his advice to heart. Read More
Jamaica Independence Dance
28 Jul 2012
MIKEY T INVITES FAMILY & FRIENDS TO JOIN HIM FOR THIS VERY SPECIAL OCCASSION. MUSIC BY ROCKERS ROADSHOW, MIKEY DEE (STING FM) & SPECIAL GUEST A-CLASS LADIES(JAM RADIO) 100% PURE PARTY VIBES.. FOOD & DRINKS ON SALE. SMART DRESS JAMAICAN COLORS STYLE.
The African & Caribbean Business Expois the biggest business-focused event taking place anywhere in London during the Olympic Games, and the place to make the business contacts your company needs to succeed in Africa and the Caribbean.
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