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'Ghost' on Tortola!

- to headline BVI Spring Fest show along with 'Onyan'
March 26th, 2015 | Tags: BVI Spring Fest Black Jack Run Onyan Ghost Quito's
International artistes Ghost (left) and Onyan are slated to perform at at the BVI Spring Fest's Old School Night tomorrow March 27, 2015 at Cane Garden Bay. Photo: Internet Source
Ghost (centre) with his Manager Nathan Cowan and DJ Jermaine Reid. The team arrived last night, March 25, 2015 via the Terrance B. Lettsome International airport. Photo: Provided
Ghost (centre) with his Manager Nathan Cowan and DJ Jermaine Reid. The team arrived last night, March 25, 2015 via the Terrance B. Lettsome International airport. Photo: Provided
Physical preparation at the beach ahead of the BVI Spring Fest stage show. Photo: Provided
Physical preparation at the beach ahead of the BVI Spring Fest stage show. Photo: Provided
BEEF ISLAND, VI - International artiste 'Ghost', who along with Onyan is slated to turn up the steam in Cane Garden Bay this weekend, has arrived on island and has assured there will not be a dull moment for patrons of the stage show dubbed Old School on Friday March 27, 2015.

This is according to the BVI Spring Fest and Black Jack Run committee's Public Relations Officer Ms Priscilla Westcott, who said the mood has already been set and all logistics are in place for the “Mega of all Mega” events on Tortola.

"Tonight we were at the airport to collect those guys and you could already feel the vibes and as every minute ticks by the reality of this weekend's activities is becoming more clear as to how much persons are eager for the weekend," Westcott said.

Jamaican “Ghost”, whose real name is Carlton Hylton, is known for cover versions of songs by Terrence Trent Darby (Let Her Down Easy) and Celine Dion (Next Plane Out). One of his biggest hits, however, was the original Love You.

Antiguan Toriano “Onyan” Edwards, whose stage life spans close to three decades starting with his soca band Burning Flames, is popular for his song ‘Kick Een She Back Doh’.

The team coordinating the BVI Spring Fest and Black Jack Run will be hosting its first spring event from March 27-29 , 2015 at Quito’s beach front in Cane Garden Bay.

The show tomorrow is slated to begin at 8pm with ‘old school’ juggling by DJ Kuga, Third World Man, and DJ Dre.

There will also be a performance by Sistah Joyce.

“This musical night will be one for the century and we are inviting the entire public to come party with us spring style,” the committee stated.

Onyan and Rap City are expected on Island later day March 26, 2015 and tonight will be a mega welcome at The Basement where all three of the international artiestes will be present to party with fans. Today CCT will also be running a special promotion for the 'Black Jack Run' where customers can top $21 and get $21 extra credit. 

Then tomorrow March 27, 2015 the public have the opportunity to get there special moments with the trio at the set meet and greet session at CCT starting at 3:00pm. 

Regular admission is $25 and tickets are available at the CCT flagship store and Hazem’s Beauty Supplies. VIP tickets are also available and will come with complimentary finger foods and drinks.

Interested persons could call 543-9598 for ticket details.

This event is sponsored by Road Town Wholesale, Heineken, Barefoot Wine, Brugal, CCT, Ocean Conversion, Treasure Isle Hotel, Al's Marine, Hon J. Alvin Christopher, Hon Dr D. Orlando Smith, Hon Myron V. Walwyn, Meridian Construction, Virgin Islands News Online, ZROD, BVI Tourist Board and Film Commission, Top Priority, Travel Wize, Hodge’s Gas Station and Quito’s‎.

 

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