Talent to take stage at Ag Show
Bermudian talent will be showcased at this year’s Ag Show.
Groups, students, and individuals will grace the entertainment stage for the three days of the Agricultural Exhibition, which starts on 19 April.
Performers will include Bones Blues Band, Bermuda Jump Rope Federation, Lotus, DanceSations School of Dance, Bermuda School of Music Youth Choir, Rated E, Bermuda AllStar Steel Band, Indigo Adamson, In Motion School of Dance, Dakota Tucker, J & D Guitar Duo, Brothers in Music, Kiana Madeiros, Kinetix, Cristin Raynor, United Dance Productions, Shardae Lee, Delijah Symonds, Jackson’s School of Dance, and Skye.
School performances will include Purvis Primary School Choir, Warwick Academy Primary Choir, Northlands Primary School Choir, Somerset Primary Hand Bell Choir, Saltus Senior and Junior Choir, West Pembroke Choir and Cheerleaders, Whitney Institute Middle School, Sandys Middle School Steel Panthers Band, Dellwood Middle School Drama Team, CedarBridge Academy Ensemble, Warwick Academy Senior Choir, Mount Saint Agnes Choir, and Saltus Senior Ensemble — Stringendo & Woodwind Group.
For more information, e-mail PLMT at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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