‘King of Soca’ Machel Montano for National Stadium tonight

Machel Montano

Dubbed the ‘King of Soca’ Trinidadian singing sensation Machel Montano arrived in Guyana yesterday and is set to take the stage by storm tonight at the National Stadium as the leading act in his ‘Soca In My Heart’ concert.

The mega soca concert is organised by Banks DIH Limited under its Banks Beer brand and according to a press release it is expected that thousands will flock the stadium to party with Machel, who has performed many times in Guyana.

A release said that the soca start will be accompanied on stage by his ‘Monk’ band and several local acts, including Adrian Dutchin, Big Red, Kwasi Ace and Trevon Vybz.

With hits like “Mr Fete,” “Like A Boss,” “Float” and “Party Done,” Machel is expected to set the stage alight with non-stop vibes and pulsating rhythms.

According to the release, no weapons will be allowed in the venue and all drinks will be served in plastic cups. Additionally, no bottles or coolers will be allowed.

“Machel Montano is considered the best known soca star from the Caribbean. His musical career started at the age of nine and now spans 33 years,” the release said.


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