A little Soca Therapy (served with ice)

It’s almost impossible to talk about soca music in Toronto without mentioning the name Dr. Jay de Soca Prince! Regarded as the nation’s top soca DJ, he originally hosted/produced the ground-breaking radio show Soca Therapy on FLOW 93-5 FM, which has since moved to a weekly spot on G987 FM. With an international audience and glowing reputation, not to mention production credits for some of the biggest names in the soca world, how could we nothave the soca music ambassador back for another DJ Skate Night?

He returns to The Natrel® Rink at Harbourfront Centre this Saturday for the third installment of Soca on Ice. If we’ve learned anything from the first two installments, the beats will be bumpin’ and the rink will be packed! This one-of-a-kind event, which also happens to be a part of Kuumba, is a great excuse to dust off those skates and hit the ice. Can’t skate? No problem! We offer lessons, too! [LINK] However, you can always just come down enjoy the vibe and get yourself a little Soca Therapy, courtesy of de Soca Prince!

Check out Dr. Jay’s recap from last year’s Soca on Ice below:

You can find more info about the event here.

Kuumba is part of the TD Then & Now Series, an inspiring and entertaining cultural showcase of one of Canada’s prominent communities. The lineup of events includes films, concerts, exhibitions and performances by a host of Canadian and international artists.

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