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Reggae Sumfest | Montego Bay, Jamaica | July 12-18, 2015
Reggae Sumfest, Montego Bay, Jamaica July 13-19, 2015 will showcase musical talent of Jamaican and America's popular artists. Last year spectators enjoyed acts such as Tessanne Chin, Sean Paul, Chronixx and much more! The annual music festival has launched the careers of stars ended in the 1980s. In 1994, a group of music lovers and entrepreneurs in Montego Bay created Reggae Sumfest to pick up where Sunsplash left off, and in the 20 years since, they've helped power the careers of today's legends. Some of the past performers include Usher, Chris Brown, Buju Banton, Bounty Killer, Mary J. Blige, Maxi Priest, Alicia Keys, Destiny's Child and Ziggy Marley. http://www.reggaesumfest.com/2013/index.php/en/
The Smirnoff Dream Weekend is an annual week long getaway headlined by Jamaica’s most popular events and fused with a high energy vibe like no other. This international music festival takes place in Negril, Jamaica at the height of summer during the country’s emancipation and independence holidays; August 5-9, 2015. Sun, sand, sea and party after party after party is what the Dream is all about! Plan your “Escape”…
March 11-18, 2015: Montego Bay will heat up for Britjam 2015.
BritJam fuses the Jamaican cultural experience with popular culture in order that tourists are stimulated to develop an appreciation for our rich culture. For seven days, BritJam's spring festival package of concerts, themed events and cultural excursions to local attractions, will be patronized by hundreds of British/European & American tourists, many of whom are 2nd and 3rd generation descendants of the migrants from the 1960s.
In the last 5 years, BritJam has successfully met the challenge to keep standards consistently high: Artists, attractions, hotels, villas, stores — all are carefully selected to satisfy the need for a unique product that goes beyond just a “night out on the town”.