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Hop on the party bus and celebrate Bahamian independence in the ATL with RAPPQuelle and SosaMan Major

Looking to celebrate independence just a little differently this year?  Then you need to hop on the #WeaReUp Party Bus that will leave Miami, Florida on Sunday, July 7 and travel to Atlanta, Georgia, to celebrate the country’s 38th birthday in grand style with Bahamians resident in Georgia.

It’s in the Peachtree state that Bahamian rap artists RAPPQuelle and SosaMan Major will help Bahamians resident in Georgia, celebrate the 38th anniversary of Bahamian independence in grand style at Vibes Night Club, located on Glenwood Road in Decatur, Georgia on Saturday, July 9.

Under the theme “United in Love and Service, the Bahama Mamas, Ann Marie Turner and Gaylene Francis with Mix Master David present the independence celebration at the Glenwood Road, location of the club which will be hosted by Bahamian national and international media personality Africa Allah of

The Bahamas to the World #WeaReUp Party Bus leaves Miami, Florida on the evening of Thursday, July 7 and returns from Atlanta, Georgia on Sunday, July 10. The entire weekend of activities will be recorded and streamed across

The Bahamian Independence celebrations will be just one of a series of events that have turned out to make 2011 a celebratory one for Bahamians in Georgia, starting with an outstanding Peachtree Carnival turnout, Memorial Day Weekend and a well-attended Caribbean heritage display at The Capital in June.

The Bahamas Consulate General in Atlanta will also celebrate the 38th anniversary of Bahamian independence with a picnic on Saturday, July 9, 2011 from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. at The Beach House at Camp Exposure in Lithonia, Georgia. This event is is strictly BYOC (bring your own lounge chair).

The Bahamas Consulate General and Bishop Mark Sandilands will host a church service of thanksgiving and celebration at Power of Touch Ministries in Chattanooga, Tennessee on Sunday, July 10, at 11 a.m., a Bahamian managed, US-based multimedia network has been operating in the state of Georgia since 2006 and seeks to create booking opportunities for Bahamian artists while establishing a core Bahamian-Caribbean following in the Atlanta market. DIRadioCast extended an invitation to RAPPQuelle and Sosa Man Major, both of whom are doing promotional events to garner support for their individual music releases and digital projects.

Founded by celebrity event planner PJ Douglas Sands and Grammy nominated producer/songwriter Donnie “DScantz” Scantlebury, The DS3 Entertainment Group is a collaborative international network which assists artists, producers, songwriters, musicians and bands striving to attain success worldwide and is the premiere music agency of its kind in the Caribbean with offices in The Bahamas, Los Angeles, Houston, Atlanta and Fort Lauderdale. For tickets contact (404) 438-2377.


Thursday, July 7 —  #weAREup Party Bus @ 8 p.m. boards in Miami for Atlanta

Friday, July 8 — Bus arrives in Atlanta for hotel check in

Friday, July 8 — Special VIP guest performances @ 11:30pm

Saturday, July 9 — Bahamas Consulate Independence Picnic @ 12 noon – 6 p.m.

Saturday, July 9 — Vibes Night Club performances @ 11:30 p.m.

Sunday, July 10 — Brunch at 11:30 a.m.

Sunday, July 10 — Party Bus departs @1 p.m. in Atlanta for Miami

Package: $350  (Includes transportation, hotel, entertainment, and all independence parties in the ATL)

Tickets can be purchased online at For more information call (786) 373-7590.

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