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Big Entertainment Planned for LIME Skool Aid

Published:Tuesday | August 25, 2015 | 12:00 AM
Beenie Man is set to perform at the LIME Skool Aid.
LIME’s brand ambassador, Pretty Boy Floyd.

A massive entertainment line-up is in store for patrons who will attend the annual LIME Skool Aid at Jam World, Portmore this Sunday. The back-to-school programme, which has been offering assistance to thousands of Jamaicans yearly, has ramped up its entertainment package for the sixth staging.

The event will feature performances from the King of the Dancehall Beenie Man, singjay Chris Martin, Way Up, Stay Up singer Chi Ching Ching, Bling Dawg, Etana and Kevin Downswell. Skool Aid will be hosted by LIME Brand Ambassador Pretty Boy Floyd.

Stephen Miller, sponsorship and events manager at LIME, shared further details saying, "Skool Aid is the last hoorah for many children, so each year, we try to make it more exciting than the last as we bring an exciting end to the summer. Our objective is to provide wholesome support for the students, so after they have done their shopping, their medical checks and have tried all the fun rides, they will be entertained by these artistes."

While the services will be offered at no cost, patrons attending the event will be required to secure tickets through the purchase of a LIME top-up card. Tickets will be available with the purchase of $300 mobile credit at Lime stores in Kingston, Portmore and Spanish Town.