Kingston, Jamaica, March 22nd, 2010 - In line with other superb live performances at Bacchanal Jamaica’s Mas Camp for the 2010 carnival season, soca crooner Shal Marshall’s performance last Friday did not disappoint.
Under the theme Diamonds of Kilimanjaro, sponsored by Appleton, the packed venue was treated to both old and new soca beats delivered by DJ Kurt Riley and Omar C from Sparkles Productions.
Charging the stage with 2010 carnival hit Police In Di Session, Shal had the Mas Camp in the palm of his hands, singing along and dancing uninhibited…soaking in the bacchanal merriment.
The energy at the Mas Camp got even more intense when Shal had three ladies go onstage to display their wining skills much to the crowds delight.
The Trinidadian also performed soca hits, Gal Farm and Bum Bum Ville.
“It was great and the crowd was crazy. Jamaica has a whole lot of vibes. Bacchanal Jamaica has a whole lot of vibes,” said Shal after his performance.
As the countdown to Road March day (April 11) quickly approaches, carnival enthusiast are invited to go to the Mas Camp every Friday for an enjoyable time and magnificent live performances.
For further updates please visit the Bacchanal Jamaica website at www.bacchanaljamaica.com for the most up-to-date carnival info.
More photos from Bacchanal Fridays at BJ Mas Camp