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Keesing LIVE returns

Published:Wednesday | September 5, 2018 | 12:00 AMShereita Grizzle/Gleaner Writer
George Nooks

When Keesing LIVE returns from its two-year hiatus on Saturday, September 29, the entertainment package promises to give patrons their money's worth. Already booked for the event are 2009 Digicel Rising Stars winner Shuga, along with Chris Demontague and veteran entertainer George Nooks, who are expected to turn in solid performances.

According to Charmaine Limonius, one of the organisers of the event, the Keesing Live showcase will give patrons the opportunity to enjoy live music in a relaxing environment. "Our patrons will experience great music in a tranquil, safe and comfortable environment," she said. "Guests can expect to have a good time among good people. Keesing LIVE has been known for delivering quality entertainment, but we're also known for bringing people together."




Limonius said shuttle service will be provided to take patrons to and from the venue at 5 Keesing Avenue, security will be provided all night, as well as complimentary parking at the Tyre Warehouse.

Keesing LIVE was launched in 2013 at its headquarters off Hagley Park Road, with the aim of promoting and preserving good, clean, live music in pleasant, safe and relaxed surroundings. While the music is not limited to reggae, the genre is the underlying pulse of the Keesing LIVE! experience. Over the years, the event has seen performances from the likes of Ernie Smith, Romain Virgo, Chronixx, Cherine Anderson, Duane Stephenson, and many others.