dBURNZ and the FyahFull Band, as well as Jhenelle Lewis are guest performers at Glenmuir High School's fourth annual brunch scheduled for the east lawns of Devon House in St Andrew tomorrow.
Kurt “Party Animal” Riley will also be the featured DJ for the occasion.
“The brunch is a family event bringing well-rounded entertainment with live music from Glenmuir's own Jhenelle Lewis delivering her usual amazing vocals for a cabaret set; Kurt Riley on the turntables and dBURNZ bringing his high-energy performance. Face painting for the kids, games, giveaways for the adults. It is an enjoyable family event starting at 11:00 am and it is all to support the continued development of projects at the Glenmuir High School,” said Saundra Boreland Bailey, president of the Glenmuir High Past Student Association.
The traditional Jamaican brunch will raise funds to offset the cost of building an Innovation Centre at the Glenmuir High School in May Pen, Clarendon. This brunch will also launch the anniversary programme for the school which will be 60 years old in September.
Sydney Bartley, entertainment coordinator for the event, said a special Black Panther segment has been added as a feature to support the ideology of black pride in Jamaica.
“What we do is, we try to use past students and current students who are able to be dramatic and bring the theatrics. In the segment of the Black Panther, they will really carry the concept of being black and outstanding, a super hero kinda thing,” said Bartley.