Lil' Boosie Concert for 'Black Spring Break' May Still Be On

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Updated: 3/28/2014 9:47 pm
The Lil' Boosie concert, originally scheduled for April 18th in Pascagoula for ‘Black Spring Break’, may still be on. A lawyer representing the promoters of the event, Earl Denham, told News 25 Friday, he met with Jackson County officials to sort out what he calls a mis-communication between the promoters and the county. On Tuesday, Jackson County officials announced that the concert was cancelled because officials felt the promoters had misrepresented the event when reserving the fairgrounds.

Denham says he was encouraged by Friday’s meeting. Denham says, “I feel very positive about the meeting and I want to thank paula yancey and the other negotiators from the county. We entered into the first phase of renegotiating the contract we have and we think we’re on track to having this Lil' Boosie concert on the 18th of April.” According to Denham, the county wants more details about the proposed concert before moving forward. Dehnam told News 25, that the final decision about the event will be up to the Jackson County Fair Board and the Jackson County Board of Supervisors.

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