AN ALL-OUT EFFORT will be made to ensure the second cricket Test match between West Indies and Pakistan, starting on Sunday at Kensington Oval, will not be affected by tonight’s Digicel Vintage Reggae Show And Dance at the same venue.
A large stage has been erected on the playing area facing the 3Ws Stand and patrons are expected to party on the outfield leading to the boundary ropes at the Joel Garner End on the northern section of the ground.
With the Test bowling off on Sunday morning, there will be just one day – tomorrow – to dismantle the stage, remove the tents and fencing, and clean up the outfield.
But Al Gilkes of FAS Entertainment, the entity responsible for the staging of the annual Reggae Festival, gave the assurance that neither the pitch nor outfield would be damaged.
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