Public invited to PLP’s Friday victory bash

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The Progressive Labour Party is to host an election victory party, free for the community, from 5pm this Friday at the Devonshire Recreation Club.

The festivities, marking the PLP’s sweeping success in the July 16 General Election, is open to “residents of all ages”, according to a statement issued this afternoon.

It will feature the soca artist Teddyson John along with top local entertainers, including DJ Ninja Cutty, HindSight, the Cornerstone Band, AriJahknow LiveWires, Jesse Seymour, Last Call, Gina Love and Gombeys — with a battle between DJ Donnie and DJ Lensky.

Vendors will include DeGraff’s, Winky Dinky Hot Dog, Ashley’s Lemonade Stand, J & B’s Woodfire Pizza, the Johnny Dog team, Kustoms snowballs, Sensational Delights, Duch Pops and Devonshire Recreation Club’s Paradise Restaurant, as well as an ice cream truck, popcorn stand and cotton candy stall.

Children’s activities include fun castles and face-painting. There will be giveaways as well as commemorative T-shirts for sale.

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Published Sep 6, 2017 at 4:20 pm (Updated Sep 6, 2017 at 4:20 pm)

Public invited to PLP’s Friday victory bash

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