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Divas to take stage On De Hill

marciadottin, marciadottin@nationnews.com

Added 11 July 2010

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Next Sunday, soca fans from all walks of life will experience an adrenaline rush as Queens of Soca Alison Hinds and Destra Garcia perform at Soca On De Hill, which comes off at Farley Hill, St Peter.Hinds whose hits include Faluma, Roll It, and Soca In Meh Veins, said she was feeling the anticipation of Barbadians who were eager to see Square One together again.  “Soca On De Hill fans are expecting a lot from us and we are going to make sure they have a great time because we plan to have one, too,” she said.Trinidadian soca star Garcia is also looking forward to performing in Barbados and with Hinds. She said: “I can’t wait to hit the stage at Farley Hill for the world’s greatest soca event – Soca On De Hill.” The star of hits such as Bonnie And Clyde, I Dare You and Bacchanal has promised patrons that Farley Hill will come alive with soca music next Sunday.  While this is not the first time Garcia and Hinds have performed together, Soca On De Hill will see their debut sharing the Barbadian stage.  The Soca On De Hill cast will include Edwin Yearwood and Krosfyah, Talpree, Patch, Mr Dale, Lil Rick, Mikey, Peter Ram, and the best of the best of Crop-Over.

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