After being denied approval earlier this year amid rising cases of the coronavirus, Jamaican artist Dexta Daps is expected to perform in Freeport, Grand Bahama in June, according to promoters, who claimed via social media platforms that the event has now been “government approved”.
The event is being promoted by Phluid Factory and is slated for June 4.
In a post on its Instagram page, the promoter uploaded a flyer with the advertised dates and a caption that read: “Government approved, Freeport get ready. Labour Day weekend, Saturday, June 4th, the owner is on [its] way”.
In February, the organizers of the highly-anticipated Dexta Daps Reggae Valentine concert canceled the event and committed to providing a full refund to ticket purchasers after the events were denied approval by the Ministry of Health.