The ‘Bring It’ bandwagon is gathering steam as it rolls across the Caribbean, carrying with it celebrity artistes, great giveaways and a taste of what’s in store for ICC World Twenty20 West Indies 2010!

Starting last week with the Radio Road Show which swept through Jamaica and Antigua before moving on to Antigua, St. Vincent, Trinidad this week, the ‘Bring It’ promotional campaign moves into high gear tonight with the first Flash Performance of the Tournament Song featuring soca queen, Fay Ann Lyons, and dancehall star, Mr. Vegas.

Faye Ann Lyons ready to "Bring It"

Faye Ann Lyons ready to "Bring It"

The Edge nightclub in Georgetown, Guyana is the place to be at 11 p.m. when the dynamic Caribbean duo showcase “Bring It” before what’s expected to be packed audience.

I’m looking forward to these live performances across the host venues, to energising the crowds that come out to celebrate the passion we in the West Indies have for cricket and to celebrate the ICC World Twenty20 tournament which is coming to our shores,” said Fay Ann Lyons, ahead of tonight’s appearance which will last about half-hour.

Be nice if Mr Vegas was belting to a victorious West Indies, huh?

Be nice if Mr Vegas was belting to a victorious West Indies, huh?

Guyana is our first stop and, if the reception we’ve received here is anything to go by, it’s going to be fantastic.” Lyons and Mr. Vegas, who have spent the past week doing radio and television interviews across the region, will follow up with mini-concerts in the other three host venues: Barbados (April 16); St. Kitts (April 23) and Saint Lucia (April 9). These performances will be interwoven with the ‘Bring It’ Bus Tour which kicks off simultaneously in Antigua, Jamaica, St. Vincent and Trinidad on March 23 – with four outings in each country – before the tour moves onto the host nations next month as the countdown intensifies to the start of ICC WT20 WI 2010 on April 30 at Guyana National Stadium.

The public can expect to see the signature “Bring It” Buses – brightly branded with the tournament slogan and signage – rolling through towns and even into rural environs, with the “Bring It” song blaring and various personalities aboard. The buses will also transport the artistes and their entourage to and from their Flash Performances as they have done for the radio and television interviews.

Fans have the opportunity to win giveaways, including match tickets and T-shirts, at some of these promotional events. They can also log on to the ‘Bring It’ microsite (via ) to keep track of the ‘Bring It’ campaign and find out what to expect next.

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  1. I don’t recall they’re perorming here.


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