Groovin’ to 50 years of Rock Steady
A fun filled Labor Day weekend ‘on tap’
There will be no shortage of events this Labor Day weekend to satisfy the appetite of South Floridians who are looking to have a good time with friends and family.
Jamaica’s Kool 97 FM celebrity DJ Stokey Love will be heading into town to put his stamp on one of this weekend most talked about party ‘Groovin’ slated for the Elegant Affairs Banquet Center in Tamarac on Saturday. Stokey will be joined by local DJ Everton in what promises to be a treat for all music lovers. Doors will be open at 9:00pm, with the curtain coming down at 3:00am.
Feeling for some day time fun, Retro Life Labor Day Weekend, slated for the Grand Palms Resort, Pembroke Pines on Saturday, September 3 from 3-10 pm. Delightful aimed for the trendier, will feature the likes of renowned Mark Swaby, DJ Radcliffe and Sparkles with Bobby Wong. This Labor Day Weekend poolside party is labeled as the ‘soundtrack to your life’ which makes for a good afternoon of fun, food, and music.
Glen Washington in Concert
The Villa Night Club in Miami Gardens will also be rocking on Saturday night when the silky smooth Glen Washington will highlight an up close and personal concert which also feature’s the versatile talent of Hopeton Lindo. The event will also feature a live broadcast with Tanto Irie on Hot 105 FM legendary reggae show ‘Reggae Runnings.’ The doors will be open at 9:00pm with show time slated for 11pm and rocking the house will be WZPP 103.9 FM DJ Wizzard.
Labor Day Cookout on the Bay
Grace Foods enhances the fun of the Labor Day Weekend, as they will be hosting their $1000 Grace Jamaican Patty Eating Contest at the Palm Beach Maritime Museum September 4 from 2-10 pm. Labor Day Cookout on the Bay will entertain patrons with some of Florida’s top entertainers, including King Waggy T, and Adonai. A wide selection of Caribbean foods including mouthwatering Jerk Chicken, grilled BBQ Ribs, Jerk Pork, and for the non-meat eaters, fried fish will also be served with paid admission. For the kids, there will be face painting, bounce houses, a free sno-cone and more activities.
50 years of Rock Steady
Fitting rounding out the weekend is JAMUSA productions, 50 years of Rocksteady music. With endeavors to relive them memories and the times of the good old days. On Sunday September 4th, at the Grand Café in Pembroke Pines. The signature event which features the likes of the ‘Sweet Sensations’ of The Melodians, the thrilling sounds of The Cables, and if that’s not enough, you can shake a leg to the performance of the legendary Eric Monty Morris. For Rocksteady lovers, this show is one not to miss. Doors will be open at 8 pm so make sure your face is in the place.