Justice song festival at Port de PlaisancePOSTED: 10/9/15 1:46 PM
St. Maarten – The ‘Justice Song Festival’ that is billed to take place at the Rock House Café, in Port de Plaisance tomorrow is expected to bring out softer, or more emotional sides of the eight participants drawn from five police departments.
The event is organized by the Police Sports Association and will involve representatives from the French Police, local immigration, Dutch Police, VKS and the Fire Department. Each will have two singers and prizes will be awarded to the eventual winner, 1st runner up and the most popular singer of the evening.
Angelo Blijden and Naomi Alexander will represent the Dutch Police, Esmond Hodge and Michael Hodge will be seeking to make the fire department proud, Kenisha Hill will represent the Immigration Department, Fabian Richards, is the lone participant from the French Police Department and Kelvin Mason will also be seeking to make his fellow VKS officers proud.
Leroy ‘King Beau Beau’ Brooks has been saddled with the responsibility as the MC for the night’s proceedings and the music will be provided by DJ Blackboy along with the Youth Wave Band. At the conclusion of the festival, there will be a dance and admission is US $15.