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I Octane gives back to Portmore with Digicel concert Featured

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For the third consecutive year, singer I-Octane will take the opportunity to give back to his Portmore community with a fun day and concert sponsored by telecoms giant, Digicel.

Dubbed Different Page (from his hit single of the same name), the free event will have some of the biggest names in reggae and dancehall in performance, and also great give-aways from Digicel.

Different Page takes place on Friday, December 10 at the HQ Football Field in Daytona, Greater Pormtore.

“This is the third edition and every year it attracts more and more persons,” a very pleased looking I-Octane explained.

He added that he was quite happy to give back to his community in this way, especially during the festive season. This year, the partnership with Digicel, withg whom the singer is signed, will prove an added element which will ensure that the event is even bigger and better.

“It will be a day and night event that caters to the entire family. The kids can come out early and enjoy all the rides and bounce-abouts, and in the evening there will be performances from the artistes. Throughout the day, there will be prizes and surprises from Digicel,” I-Octane stated.

Among the artistes slated to perform at Different Page are Beenie Man, Bounty Killer, Mavado, Konshens, Aidonia, Cecile, Zamunda and others.

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