Persons with disabilities will, on Thursday, December 3, share the stage with their able-bodied counterparts, when a concert to observe International Day of Persons with Disabilities is held in Independence Square at 6:00 p.m.

Minister of Social Care, Christopher Sinckler, will deliver remarks to officially open the concert, which seeks primarily to celebrate the lives of persons with disabilities.

Popular artistes who will take the stage on the night, include Alison Hinds, Adrian Clarke, Terry Arthur, Troy Special, Romeo, Sheldon Hope and John King.

Sir Ruel, Elviston Maloney, Janiel Odle, Patrick Forde, Denise Morris-Walcott, Mary Sayers-Nicholls, the EGGS Band, Karimah Holder, as well as students from the Ann Hill and Irving Wilson and Challenor Schools are also scheduled to perform.

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