24-7 twist the Gleaner's weekly entertainment guide
Jah Bouks, Mystikal Revolution and Adahzeh are live at Redbones Blues Café, 1 Argyle Rd, New Kgn. Showtime 9:30 p.m.
Lunch hour with Kathy Brown
The Bank of Jamaica Lunch Hour Concert features Dr Kathy Brown and Friends at the BOJ Auditorium, Kgn, starting at 12:30 p.m. Free adm.
Stop The Violence Now
Stop The Violence Now is at Bamboo Splash, 99 Barbican Rd, St Andrew. Featuring Bugle, Wayne J, Kibaki, Latty J, Singing Sweet, Little John and others. Music by Master Mix and Dwayne Pow.
Krazy Kris presents Reasons, A Night Of Endless Love Songs, at Jewels International Resorts, Port Henderson Rd, St Catherine. Music by Krazy Kris, Senor Daley and Colin Hines.
New Image Promotion presents Retro Flexx, Girls Time Edition, '80s and '90s Retro Party, at Waterfalls, 160 Old Hope Rd, St Andrew. Music by DJ Marvin, DJ Arif Cooper, SJ Fire Wayne and DJ Alpachino.
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Ernest Wilson at Essence
Tuesday Night Live, Ernest Wilson & Friends Live, is at The Essence, Kings Plaza, St Andrew. Adm: Free.
5 Things to do this weekend
Luke Evans stars in Dracula Untold, showing at the cinemas this weekend.
Party at Bewitched Costume Party, Scallywags Restaurant and Bar, Mammee Bay, St Ann, tonight from 7 p.m. to 2 a.m. Adm: $300 in costume, $500 doubles in costume, $700 without costume.
Be scared silly at Hallow Scream, Oneil's Place, 33 Hagley Park Rd tonight, starting at 9 p.m. Adm: $800 presold, $1,000 at the gate.
It's all about the Manchester derby on Sunday, showing at 8:30 a.m. on SportsMax 2, as third-place City take on eighth-place United.
Listen to Trevor Beckford in Concert at St James Cathedral Church, Spanish Town, starting at 7:30 p.m. Adm: $850.