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Point Fortin Borough Day Cele-
brations J Ouvert, parade of tradi-
tional Carnival masqueraders and
the annual steelband parade, is a
week off but things have already
begun to sizzle in the southern bor-
Icons in the Sun Midday Concert
will be held today at 1.30 pm, at
Victor Chin Kit Park. The Ms Point
Fortin Borough Queen Pageant will
be held tonight at Point Fortin East
Secondary School at 8 pm and will
be followed by the popular Liverpool
fete, at Fanny Village Recreation
The annual Tassarama competition
is scheduled for tomorrow at 2 pm,
at Guapo Cap-De-Ville Road. Action
continues tomorrow evening at Vic-
tor Chin Kit Park from 6 pm, when
the Youth Dance-Off Competition
is held. Two hours later, Point Fortin
West Secondary School s Disco Sec
Retro Masquerade will be held at
Also on tonight is what promises
to be a super fete when the A Team
band takes its much touted stage
show on the road with a concert
series at the Point Fortin Borough
The Port-of-Spain-based band,
known for its musical diversity and
exciting performance, was scheduled
to make four appearances during the
week-long celebration from last
The A Team is one of the star acts
at today s Icons and will close off
its week s work tomorrow, at Victor
Chin Kit Park, before closing off the
celebrations on April 25, at Point
Fortin West Secondary School.
This week, the band seized the
opportunity to showcase its new
look front line which includes soca
veteran Eddie Charles, dynamic Jazz
vocalist Kerlene "Kerlz" Joseph and
R&B/Groovy Soca crooner Prestan
"We look forward to performing
in Point every year. It s a festival
we ve been involved in for a number
of years and some of our musicians
are actually from the area, so it s a
home show more than anything,"
said the band s manager Zarin More-
an this week.
The Point Fortin concert series is
being held on the heels of a suc-
cessful Carnival season that saw the
band play for the top soca acts at
the International Soca Monarch
semis and finals earlier this year.
Lead singer Kerlene "Kerlz" Joseph
says she and her bandmates are eager
to once again show what they can
"It s fun to be in the middle of
Carnival playing for the best acts
but we re really in our element when
we re deciding our set list and tran-
sitioning through musical genres like
only we can.
"That s when we re at our hap-
piest, that s when we re on our A
game," said the petite vocalist.
In three short years the A Team
has built a reputation for thrilling
audiences with their dynamic musi-
cal sets which include: jazz; pop;
latin; dance hall; soca; and reggae.
Come J Ouvert morning in Point
Fortin, Fete Rat the J Ouvert band
is presenting The Remedy. It com-
prises of two sections---its front line
section called D Specialist, is a black
sexy body suit made of spandex and
sheer fabric and cost $550.
The band s second section D Fixx
will be a sultry lime green swim suit
that s very alluring and tempting to
the onlooker. This section cost $499.
Men will wear T-shirts.
The entire band is fully all inclu-
sive and all masqueraders will enjoy
and receive a premium goodie bag
with their costume and a fully
stocked premium bar, cutters, secu-
rity, and music from a 20-foot music
A Team front line vocalists, from left, Prestan Andries, Eddie Charles and Kerlene "Kerlz" Joseph.
A Team band headlines
at Point Borough Day
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