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Posted: Friday 28 June, 2024 at 5:42 PM

'Jump Up Night' Ignites the 2024 St. Kitts Music Festival

By: Staff Reporter,

    BASSETERRE, St. Kitts -- DESPITE the rain, the opening night of the St. Kitts Music Festival lived up to its reputation for energy and excitement. Featuring a diverse lineup from newcomers to seasoned performers, 'Soca Night' electrified the audience with pulsating performances.


    The show started promptly at 7:00 p.m. and continued into the early hours of Friday, with quick turnover times between artistes. From the first act to the last, patrons enthusiastically partied and showed love for all performers.


    From Eazi and his daughter to seniors like Nadia Batson and Kerwin Du Bois, the Warner Park Cricket Stadium rocked as patrons jumped, whined, and swayed, some dancing with close friends and family in enjoyment. The artistes felt the warmth and appreciation from the audience.


    “It's an amazing feeling,” said Kerwin Du Bois to SKNVibes News after his dynamic performance. Eazi and his daughter both cherished their opportunity to perform on the Music Festival stage, with the latter looking forward to following in her father’s footsteps.


    “I was so happy to have her alongside me; she has been doing her thing,” noted Eazi. His daughter was even more ecstatic, stating, “Yes, of course,” when asked if she would follow in her father's footsteps.


    A brief heavy downpour did not dampen the party, as everyone danced into the wee hours of Thursday. 


    Night two, dubbed ‘Reggae Night,’ will feature Third World, Busy Signal, Capleton, Masika, and Tommy Lee Sparta.


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