The Kingston and St. Andrew Municipal Corporation is working to ensure smooth traffic flow during the pop-up show this evening being put on by international recording artiste Kanye West.
The show is slated for Emancipation Park at 7:00pm.
Chief Executive Officer of the Corporation Robert Hill, says site visits will be done this morning to reroute traffic.
The Sunday Service is a series of gospel concerts that Kanye West has been hosting across the United States.
It is the first time that West will be hosting Sunday Service outside of the US.
Meanwhile, despite the controversial US rapper being a massive entertainment figure, his quasi-religious service expected to draw thousands to Emancipation Park this evening will be a no-frills event.
Matthew Lawrence, event specialist at the Jamaica Cultural Development Commission, said there will be no chairs or VIP section or press section at the pop-up event, as he says the idea is to keep things simple.
The rapper and his Sunday Service team are expected to transform the New Kingston venue with a praise and worship session of epic proportions.
West’s technical team arrived in the island earlier this week, and his 170-strong entourage was scheduled to arrive last night (Thurs).