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Bhangra star Jazzy B in Gravesend this weekend

10:45 10 July 2012

Jazzy B is to perform in Gravesend on Saturday.

Jazzy B is to perform in Gravesend on Saturday.

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One of the world’s biggest bhangra stars is headlining the Gravesend Community Mela Festival this Saturday (14).

Jazzy B has entertained millions around the world and has arrived in the UK after touring America and Canada.

He will perform alongside the Anaconda Belly Dancers, Rosherville Primary School Choir and the Four by Four Bhangra Dancers.

The free event will take place at the Riverside Leisure Area between 2pm and 6.30pm and has been organised in partnership by Cohesion Plus Kent and Kent Equality Cohesion Council with the help of Arts Council England.

Jazzy B said: “I have many fans in Kent and it is good for me to be given an opportunity to perform again in Gravesend where I am always welcomed. Music is a great way of bringing communities together and I hope as in the previous times I have performed in Gravesend all the different communities come and enjoy a great day out at the Riverside.”

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