CUJ GOSPLASH promises to be bigger and better for its forth staging in 2016 with new offerings that are sure to please the audience of thousands that emerge every Emancipation day at Sugarmans beach in St Catherine.
Action Entertainment, promoters of the event, has added the CUJ GOSPLASH ‘GOT TALENT’ 2016 C0MPETITION to the already trendsetting event. With over one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000.00) in cash and prizes to be won, the competition is expected to attract participants who love gospel music and can either sing, rap or dj.
The winner of the competition will receive the CUJ GOSPLASH Talent Trophy as well as a chance to perform on the big stage at CUJ GOSPLASH 2016. The winner will also have the opportunity to record a single produced by a top producer and a one year renewable Management and Booking Contract with Action Entertainment.
Applications are now open for participants to submit their entry and song before Tuesday, May 31, 2016. Entry forms and information on how to enter are available at: www.actionentja.com
“This is similar to what we did at the inaugural staging of Gosplash in 2013 which saw Divine HP emerging as the winner” stated Markland Edwards, CEO of Action Entertainment. “They are a lot of talents in church, so this is another platform to show that “gospel got talent”, Markland continued.
CUJ GOSPLASH 2016 will be held at Sugarman Beach, Hellshire, St. Catherine on Monday, August 1, at 10am. The Ultimate Beach Family Fun Day and Concert will feature performances from Grammy nominated gospel singer and songwriter, Deitrick Haddon as well as other top local acts including DJ Nicholas, Jermaine Edwards, Prodi, Jabez and Carey Sales to name a few.
The family fun day will offer an array of food booths, non-stop gospel music, games, rides and other attractions to keep patrons engaged throughout the day.
Credit Unions of Jamaica GOSPLASH 2016 is sponsored by RJR Communications Group, iCool, KIA Motors, Courts Optical, Courts Ready Cash, Kendell, Love FM, TBC Radio and The Portmore Municipal Council.
As in the case last year, part proceeds from CUJ GOSPLASH 2016 will go towards the Braeton Primary and Junior High school computer lab.