Local talent featuring students, individuals and groups of performing artists will grace the stage this year during the three-day 2018 Agricultural Exhibition at the Botanical Gardens.
The annual event starts on April 19 and runs through to April 21. This year’s line up by PlayList Management & Talent (PLMT), in conjunction with the Ag Show Limited, includes “singers, dancers, musical acts and more for the audience on the lower grounds all throughout the day starting at 10am, with a specific covered area for our seniors”.
Sean Smatt, Executive Vice President, Head of Corporate Banking Bermuda & Cayman, Butterfield, said the bank is “pleased to continue to, once again, be among the sponsors of the Ag Show”.
“This year, we’re supporting the Entertainment Tent, where Ag Show attendees will be able to enjoy school performances, steel pan, dance schools, independent vocalists, musicians and Ariel arts,” he said. “We look forward to some great entertainment and a fantastic Ag Show again this year.”
Performers include: Bones Blues Band, Bermuda Jump Rope Federation, Lotus, DanceStations School of Dance, Bermuda School of Music Youth Choir, Rated E, Bermuda AllStar Steel Band, Indigo Adamson, In Motion School of Dance, Dakota Tucker, J&D Guitar Duo, Brothers in Music, Kiana Madeiros, Kinetix, Cristin Raynor, United Dance Productions, Shardae Lee, Delijah Symonds, Jackson’s School of Dance & Skye.
School performances include: Purvis Primary School Choir, Warwick Academy Primary Choir, Northlands Primary School Choir, Somerset Primary Hand Bell Choir, Saltus Senior & Junior Choir, West Pembroke Choir & Cheerleaders, Whitney Institute Middle School, Sandys Middle School Steel Panthers Band, Dellwood Middle School Drama Team, CedarBridge Academy Ensemble, Warwick Academy Senior Choir, Mount Saint Agnes Choir & Saltus Senior Ensemble – Stringendo & Woodwind Group.
Please check the schedule for performance dates/times. For more information, email PLMT at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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