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Free reggae concert set Sept. 17 in downtown Fort Myers

September 15, 2011
Lehigh Acres Citizen

Riddim Runway will be held on Saturday, September 17, during Music Walk at the Sidney & Berne Davis Arts Center. The Art Center is located at 2301 First Street in the River District, downtown Fort Myers. Now in its fourth year, Riddim Runway is an annual reggae concert and fashion extravaganza, showcasing the best in Caribbean music and fashion while helping local charities. This year's beneficiaries are the C.C.M.I Soup Kitchen and Sidney & Berne Davis Arts Center.

Just added to this year's line up is none other than international reggae superstar Wayne Wonder! The sensual, honeyed vocals of Wayne Wonder have made him a consistent hit maker since the late '80s. In 2002, Wayne earned the first No.1 hit of his career pledging a lifetime of devotion on the sweetly romantic hit "No Letting Go." Now on tour with Beres Hammond, he will be doing his part to help our Southwest Florida community. Also joining him on stage is Ky-Enie, fresh from his six-month long promotional tour in Europe, as well as Kehv, Keisha Martin, Juliette Mills and Glenn Blakk. The fashion show will showcase designs by R. Milton, Mystic Creationz, Voluptuous You and many more.

Brought to you by King Leo Promotions, in association with Zep Construction, Riddim Runway starts at 7 p.m. and is guaranteed to entertain you with the best of the best of Caribbean culture. Other sponsors of this prestigious show are Fox Fuse, Old Navy, Ontonio Designs, Indulgence Salon, Spazz LLC and Urbanconnect Multimedia.

This year, admission to the concert is free with two cans of food to donate to C.C.M.I Soup Kitchen.

For more information, please visit the website at, email or call 239-462-4044.


King Leo Promotions and Productions Inc. is a company designed to bring new and creative ideas to the world of Caribbean entertainment. Our main objective is to build a reputation of successful video production, artist promotion and event planning making King Leo the company to turn to for exposure in the industry. With our creative resources, industry knowledge and conceptual ideas we bring intensity to our projects ensuring success.


Zep Construction Inc in Fort Myers, FL is a private company categorized under Bridge Builders. Records show it was established in 1973 and incorporated in Florida. Current estimates show this company has an annual revenue of $10 to 20 million and employs a staff of approximately 50 to 99.


Our vision is to serve the holistic needs of the family across the generations. Our mission is to provide nutritious meals, groceries, transportation, affordable childcare and referral services to the homeless, seniors, working poor, children and the frail in our community. CCMI serves Fort Myers and the greater Lee County area, including Bonita Springs, Cape Coral and Lehigh Acres.

The Soup Kitchen, Meals on Wheels, Hands & Hearts Childcare, and Faith In Action of Southwest Florida were formerly separate agencies. It made sense to combine resources to better server the community. Now, we're CCMI, Community Cooperative Ministries, Incorporated.


The Sidney & Berne Davis Art Center strives to bring nationally acclaimed artists and performers to SWFL for entertainment and educational outreach programs. Our outreach programs benefit local children and the disadvantaged who would not otherwise have the opportunity or access to world-class cultural enrichment at such an intimate level. SBDAC hosts concerts, art festivals, charity benefits and gala events to support the arts and local community.



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