November 18, 2005

Burning Flames coming

The hot soca band Onyan and Burning Flames out of Antigua will be setting the streets of South River Road ablaze this evening with a full package of entertainment.

So says Senator Julian Francis, Campaign Manager of the ULP, as he spoke of his Party’s plans for the weekend from his party’s Murray’s Road campaign office.##M;[more]##

On Wednesday, Francis, announcing his Party’s programme for the last two weeks before General Elections, mentioned that the weekend’s entertainment list will also feature Krosfyah, Barbados Kings of Soca who will perform at tomorrow night’s ULP Manifesto launch at Calliaqua, and Bridgette Blucher and Shine the Lights on Sunday at Richland Park to kick off the ULP gospel concerts.

Francis stated that other gospel artistes slated to perform here are the likes of Carlene Davis, Michel Henderson, King Obstinate, Joseph Niles and Sanchez.

And, the weekend before the elections Beres Hammond and Byron Lee will be rocking St.Vincent and the Grenadines.

Francis also said that as the ULP gets into the intense phase of the 2005 General Elections political campaign the number of nightly meetings will be increased.

At present the ULP is staging two meetings per night but from next week, Francis said, supporters will be called upon to show their support at three meetings per night.