(PRESS RELEASE) – Senior officials of the St Kitts-Nevis Labour Party (SKNLP) have hailed Monday’s virtual presentation of the traditional St Kitts-Nevis Labour Party (SKNLP) Easter Monday picnic at Black Rocks.
Organised jointly by Young Labour in collaboration with NextGen SKN candidates, the four-hour musical presentation featured top performers and entertainers including Kin Konris (Hon Konris Maynard), Infamus, Hellfire Sounds and DJ’s EK and Tero.
National Political Leader, the Rt Hon Dr Denzil L Douglas reminded listeners to his weekly radio programme “Ask the Leader” on Tuesday that traditionally Easter Monday would have found party supporters taking part in the fun and games at our he annual Black Rocks Fun Day.
“I was happy that the young people in our Party decided that we will celebrate despite lockdown conditions. Our party held a virtual Easter Party online which featured several of our finest local artistes and DJs. The event was an even bigger hit than expected, attracting over 8,000 live views on the various platforms,” said Dr Douglas.
He said the SKNLP is committed to using the technology that is available to keep people entertained and informed during this crisis.
“Innovation is the name of the game with the NextGen SKN when it comes to meeting the needs of our people,” said Dr Douglas.
“It was full of good vibes and energy. I sang along at times, danced a bit and was truly entertained even though we are under a lockdown,” posted SKNLP deputy political leader, Hon Marcella Liburd.
“I know that thousands of people especially young people were doing the same thing, enjoying themselves right in their homes in their own creative ways,” said Liburd, who hailed the abundance of local music and talented musicians and artistes in SKN.
“Some of our finest were on display last night. Just love Infamus and even had to shout out EK in the comment section to let him know the music was lovely,” said Liburd, who hailed the “innovative replacement for our Easter Monday Black Rocks picnic.”
“NextGen SKN is leading in technological initiatives,” declared Liburd, who invited persons to “join the NextGen Movement and look out for more savvy initiatives to not only assist but also entertain the people of St Kitts and Nevis.”