Treasure Beach Celebrated Jamaica’s 60th Anniversary with a Spectacular Event that Brought Out the Whole Community!
Treasure Beach celebrated Jamaica’s 60th Anniversary of Independence — on Saturday, August 6th — with a fun day, chock-full of activities for locals and international visitors alike.
A star-filled sports festival is next on the agenda, featuring Universe Boss, cricket superstar Chris
Gayle. Of course, local favorites, the Treasure Beach All Stars, will also be in attendance, primed and ready to go. As a special treat, House of Lords & Commons CC, the UK parliamentary cricket team, will be flown to Jamaica by Virgin Atlantic, just for the celebration, by the Jamaica Tourist Board.
After the full day of sports, stars and music at Breds, the celebration continues with a concert and fireworks at Jack Sprat, Treasure Beach.
Everyone is welcome to come join the celebration!
Full Schedule is as Follows
9 am — Boat Parade
30 boats, flying two large Jamaican flags each, will make their way along the South Coast route from
Fort Charles to Billy’s Bay, Frenchman’s Bay, Old Wharf, Great Bay, and ending at Calabash Bay.
11 am — Street Parade
Marching band will lead hundreds of locals and visitors of all ages carrying small Jamaican flags
from Calabash Bay, where boats will end parade, to Treasure Beach Sports Park
12 noon — Sports Festival
Football / Netball / Zip Line
Celebrity Cricket Matches
Chris Gayle Universal Boss vs Treasure Beach All Stars
Treasure Beach All Stars vs House of Lords & Commons CC
Music & Commentator
60 flags will be placed around boundary of Cricket & Football field
8pm — Concert & Fireworks at Jack Sprat, Treasure Beach
Mayor of Black River, Derrick Sangster, OD
Custos of St Elizabeth, Beryl Rochester
Cabinet Minister, Floyd Green / MP S.W St Elizabeth
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