The cooling showers that came yesterday evening did nothing to cool the heat coming from the stage at the Barbados Public Workers’ Cooperative Credit Union Ltd’s Sunset Concert.
Independence Square was transformed into a spirit filled praise and worship session as the third event in the Gospelfest calender came off in wet conditions and the patrons did not mind.
MC Imran Richards said “the rain can’t stop this jam” and that was true. Who did not dance and sing in the rain, did so under their umbrellas and boy was it exciting!
The artists who performed raised the heat in the City during the 21st edition of Gospelfest, the theme of which is Touching Lives and Changing Nations.
Among those performing were Sirrah, Russell Blackman, Omari O’Neal, Joe Linton, Stephen Mercy, 13th Apostle, Norman Greenwood and the Barbados Cooperative Credit Union Chorale. (DS)
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