“Live On The Waterfront” is a 4 day event brought to you by The Live Entertainment Group to Stimulate and revamp your taste for our Jamaican music on April 22 – 25 2011 . This phenomenal event will feature a few genres of our Jamaican musical culture like, Roots Rocking Reggae, Dancehall and Gospel etc.
Live On The Waterfront is geared towards bring back to Jamaica’s event calendar a truly authentic musical showcase, with a focus on the local talent rather than foreign acts. The Representation of Jamaican music will be from originators and innovators in the industry current and Old stars.
Acts such as Vintage line up; Charlie Chaplin, Josey Wales, U Roy and many more, Roots Rocking Reggae; Tarrus Riley, Tony Rebel, Etana and many more, Dancehall; Bounty Killa, I-Octane, Lady Saw and many more, Gospel; Carlene Davis, Dj Nicholas, Prodigal Son and many more. There will be various bands providing melodious rhymes that will soothe your ear and better yet Byron Lee’s Dragonairs will be there to electrify you with their wide collection of high energy soca music.
Pier One Montego Bay Jamaica will be the place where this new phenomenon will be born and staged. This venue as you know is the home for some of Jamaica’s/Montego Bay’s most luxurious sunset viewing with a wide view of the night sky as it touches the ocean and to top it off Pier One is also Montego Bay’s number 1 dining location. Pier One is also the home for some of Montego’s Bay biggest events like Short Circuit, Dancehall Queen, Fame Road Show and many more hit events.
Come meet, greet, eat and party responsibly in a safe and relaxing environment among friends, family and to sum it up great people. Come and experience entertainment in a way you have never experienced before.
- Sean Paul at UCLA Jazz/Reggae Festival (repeatingislands.com)
- Colin Roach – Lately (fleamarketfunk.com)
- Sadiki and Delly Ranx – New Album “Fi Di Dancehall” In Stores Now (highlanda.wordpress.com)
- Dancehall Now featuring Charly Black – PODCAST Now Available (highlanda.wordpress.com)
- Skin Bleaching A Growing Concern In Jamaica (huffingtonpost.com)
- Japanese Reggae? (tmagazine.blogs.nytimes.com)