By: Spokesman Newsroom

BASSTERRE, St. Kitts (Friday 26th April 2019)-Dubbed Sunday Funday, for this past Easter Sunday (21st April), an event- presented by Kittitians Must Succeed- with a much deeper significance than it name suggests took place featuring as part of the entertainment line-up some well-known rival musical groups in a public display of a peaceful togetherness before hundreds of patrons assembled at The Garden Sporting Complex located in the Irishtown community.

At around 2 PM, the event kicked off with a football competition and climaxed sometime after 4 AM on Easter Monday.

Performers included 313, BBM and GVMG as well as solo sensations KT Dan, Byron Messiah and Dejour while the DJ list saw Street Vybz Sounds, EK the Real Right, DJ Tero, Unstoppable Sounds, Extortion Sounds and Vigilante Sounds.

Kollision Band and Nu Vybes Band also had attendees rocking.

This media house spoke to a member of the organising committee who expressed delight that an event of that nature has been successful.

 “This event has been a huge success. There was no fighting and the police seemed impressed that they had zero to minimal duty to carry out. There were persons from all over St. Kitts. Some Nevisians came down for the event as well,” he remarked.

Parliamentary Representative of Constituency Two (Central Basseterre) Marcella Liburd, who attended the event, has congratulated to the organisers of the event saying “it was a good way to bring people from various communities together for the good of all.”

This media house continues to receive information that rival groups have agreed to have peace amongst themselves.

“It look like it’s true because I was at a party recently and I see certain fellas ‘dapsing up’ each other. To be honest, I happy to see this kind of thing; they just need to keep it up,” commented one man.

“It’s a really good move. I just hope it’s genuine,” one woman shared.