Patrice Roberts’s camp says they stuck within the social distancing guidelines during the virtual concert

Patrice Roberts’s camp says they stuck within the social distancing guidelines during the virtual concert

Activities around the entire world have either been put on hold or have been cancelled due to the novel Coronavirus.

T&T’s ‘stay at home’ measures made it even more evident that the simple things we once took for granted have been the centre of attention for Trinbagonians.

Patrice Roberts and her management team prepared a stella virtual event for Soca fans across the world on Friday May 1st; however the concert prematurely ended as the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service were called in for noise pollution.

Roberts who raked in over 17,000 views online; inclusive of fellow entertainers, sang her heart out on a stage, with two backup singers, the A-Team Band, which consisted of just five members and Nessa Preppy as the night’s surprise guest artiste.

With just one hour into the show, Robert’s virtual concert caught the attention of residents who phoned the TTPS to complain about the noise level.

IzzSo Media reached out to Entertainment Publicist at Creative Media PR, Adanna Asson, who said that while Patrice wanted to give her fans an event they’ve been craving for; their intentions were never to break any safety guidelines around COVID-19.

 

 

Asson also said that despite what was said online about the number of persons at the venue, there was not a moment where five or more individuals were present at the same time.

She said they ensured that they stuck within the social distancing guidelines ruled out by the Government.

 

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