Win a ticket to see Sean Paul

Dancehall superstar Sean Paul is
returning to Cayman on Friday, 5 November for a gig that will set off fireworks
all over town – and you could go for free.

The concert will be held at the
newly renovated Royal Palms, and organisers Paramount Media, in conjunction
with JN Money Transfer and Watch. Me expect it to be the party of the year, as
do sponsors Digicel.

The Grammy award-winner from
Kingston slammed onto the world scene back in 2002 with the six million-selling
album, Dutty Rock, which featured red-hot hits Gimme the Light and Get Busy.
The hits followed thick and fast, including Temperature, from 2005’s platinum album,
The Trinity. Sean Paul was also nominated for a Grammy for 2009’s long-player
Imperial Blaze.



Royal Palms owner Don Lloyd said
hosting the event is very exciting, as it marks the opening of the new beach
swim-up pool bar.

“With an amazing location on Seven
Mile Beach and the spectacular sunset views, Royal Palms has made this spot in
paradise the perfect venue for any concert.”

There will be private VIP areas to
provide sponsors and guests with great stage views, added concert organiser
Kenny Rankin.

“[The views include] the upstairs
areas, to the beachfront, to private poolside cabanas with bottle services and
our state-of-the-art wide screen video system to see the concert up close,” he


Win a VIP ticket

Four people will win a 4 x VIP tickets over a four week period,
each courtesy of Cayman Free Press. All you need to do is log on to
www.compasscayman,com/competitions and fill in the form. The first week’s competition ends
at 10pm Wednesday, 13 October, with the winner drawn on Thursday, 14 October.
This competition will run again each week for three weeks. Terms and conditions apply.

General admission tickets will be
on sale on 11 October 2010 at all Digicel locations, Royal Palms, Funky Tangs,
and Reflections, priced at $40.

Contact Paramount Media at 949-8423
for complete ticket and concert information or e-mail [email protected]

to register for free tickets to the concert.

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