One Nation Concert Free For Persons Younger Than 18 Years


After learning of the enthusiasm of the school students towards Reggae artist, Koffee, the government has agreed to allow free entry for persons younger than 18 years at the One Nation Concert.

The concert will be held at the Recreation Grounds on Saturday night, January 11 and adults are required to pay $50.00 to enter.

The Grammy-nominated reggae artiste arrived on the island yesterday and says she was well received. She reported the warm reception given to her when visiting a number of schools, earlier in the day.


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  1. What a government.
    No wonder everyone wants to backup their truck and some money now.
    Cause Gaston made it seems like money is unlimited available
    God bless you Mr. PM

  2. What a KIND GESTURE .Our Prime Minister Hon.Gaston Browne is man for the People. My 17 year old Daughter will definitely attend.

  3. @JHA
    The Concert was free in the past. This year the entrance fee is $50.00 which will go towards a worthy cause……The cause as follows..
    To help Local Musicians with recording .

    Teach local Musicians to read music.

    • Okay Thanks..,just asking..Never really attended,but just thought i knew it was free before..I have no problems with the fee,was just asking

  4. Yes the monies from the concert will be going to a worthy cause, however, I hope we will get a proper financial report thereafter. From free admission to $50.00 is too much…….. $30.00 would have been a better price!!

    The usual fee for a concert in the Caribbean for INTERNATIONAL ARTISTES is between $300 to $500. So paying $50 for a worthy cause is quite in order . Nothing is for FREE. Somebody must pay.

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