Reggae Sumfest set to launch tomorrow

Shannon-Dale Reid

4 months ago

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With 46 days to go for the largest music festival in Jamaica and the Caribbean, Reggae Sumfest is set to launch Wednesday with a number of surprises in store.

Sumfest is aiming to top its delivery of the festival last year with not just music but also several other offerings including; a food mall and a creative cultural gift area from fashion to artwork and more.

The lineup so far sees some of the best for 2022 & 2023 such as Tommy Lee Sparta, Masicka, Valliant, the Grammy-winning Kabaka Pyramid, and others.

Lady Saw will return to the Sumfest stage but as Minister Marion Hall. She is expected to perform songs from her gospel catalog.

Additionally, there will be a tribute to the legendary King Jammy.

However, Sumfest organisers while pressed by SLEEK Entertainment says they have more to announce as the show will be more than just good.

Sumfest will take place July 16 – 22 in Montego Bay this year and SLEEK Entertainment will be LIVE.

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