CB's PAN 2017 a satisfying event
Intermittent showers did not stop hundreds of Jamaicans from swarming the Half Way Transport Centre for CB's PAN 2017 finals.
The action was delayed as the day's activities were scheduled to start at noon and didn't get underway until about 1 p.m., and although there weren't many persons inside the venue at that time, it didn't take long before the centre was filled to capacity.
Patrons were particularly pleased with the entertainment package offered, pointing out that the organisers always book 'top notch' artistes to perform.
Sizzla was among three main acts booked for the annual event. He along with Agent Sasco and Christopher Martin, thrilled patrons, delivering high quality entertainment. Patrons were even treated with a brawta performance from Kevin Downswell, who gave a brief but well appreciated performance.
D Major, Romain Virgo and Teflon, also touched the stage briefly, giving patrons far more than they had bargained for.
Desrae Golding, a regular patron to the event, told The Gleaner, that aside from the chicken, she looks forward to seeing some of her favourite artistes grace the stage. Golding said last year she came for Sanchez and was not disappointed. She said this year Sizzla brought her out and again, she was satisfied.