Bike stunts are a major highlight of Best Dressed Fun in the Son.
The date for the biggest gospel show in the island has been set and the star-studded line-up has anticipation running high. Hundreds turned up at the Portmore Holiness Christian Church last Friday for the launch of the 2014 Best Dressed Fun in the Son Gospel Festival. Those in attendance were not disappointed as preview performances from Jermaine Edwards, Carlene Davis and Kevin Downswell sent the audience into worship mode, giving guests a small dose of what is to be expected in a few weeks.
In his address, Christopher Levy, CEO of Jamaica Broilers Group, told the audience he expects this year’s festival to be among the best. He encouraged Jamaicans to make the trek to the sunshine city for a concert he said was very important in helping to heal the nation. “Thousands come to know Christ through this event and that is a very important start to healing the nation,” he said. Though originally expected to be hosted at Jamworld, the July 12 festival will be held at the Portmore Town Centre and will boast a number of new attractions.