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Belize to celebrate Music Week 2017

Posted: Wednesday, May 10, 2017. 10:32 a.m. CST.

By BBN Staff: The National Institute of Culture and History (NICH) in collaboration with Belize’s Music Ambassador will be hosting the 2nd Annual Music Week May 15th – 20th 2017.

The goal of the activities is to focus on the important role music plays in the social and economic framework of Belize’s development.

This year music week wants to emphasize on the discussion surrounding music and copyright and give artists a platform to participate in the discussion towards making changes that the Belize music industry needs.

NICH and the music ambassador invites all musicians and music stakeholders to attend the activities happening at Music Week 2017.

Music Week 2017 Activities

Monday May 15th

House of Culture

9:00am – 4:00pm

Copyright and IP seminar Presenters (Erica Smith (COSCAP), Heather Cunningham (BSCAP)
Tuesday May 16th ,

House of Culture

9:00am – 4:00pm

Public-Private Sector Stakeholder Dialogue onBroadcast Licensing, Copyright and  Trade in Belize (Foreign Trade, BSCAP, NICH, BELIPO,BAPP, MIAB)
Wednesday May 17th ,

Marion Jones

2:00 – 4:00pm

Music in Schools Rally(Jackie Castillo, Denise Castillo, Tanya Carter, CoconoBwai)
Thursday May 18th

BTL Park

7:00pm – 11:00pm

Open Mic Night (Papa John, Don Doe, Blak Berry, Boss Lady, Darnque Reneau , Maryln Vansen TR Shine, Rap Battle Da Shooter vs Tall Money)
Friday May 19th ,

Memorial Park

7:00pm – 12:00pm

Friday Night Live (501 Princes, Dajah, Bastic, Fuego, Big Bang, Prophit, Unlimtd Melonie Gillette, Nello Player, TY)
Saturday May 20th ,

Memorial Park

7:00pm – 12:00p

Saturday Night Live(Mavis Usher, Punta Queen, Ernestine, Harlem Youths, C-Wills Bernadette Gilharry, Di X Band, Supa G

 

 

 

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