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by Mck Production
(Yallahs St. Thomas JA)
(June 26, 2013, St. Thomas Jamaica) Mck production is proud to present the 3rd annual staging of the JamckaFest 2013, two day Music- Fusion and Cultural Event show.
This year’s festival will be held on Monday July 1st which is the opening day of Jamcka Fest, starting off with International Reggae Day, Canada Day Celebration.
There will also be an Empowerment Fair which include Farming, Renewable Energy, Marketing & Networking and Environment Awareness and workshop for Promoters, Managers, Producers, Artistes, and other professional from the music and film industry.
There will also be presentation on Comra- Therapy Laser Treatment, Fyffe’s Enterprise: Arts exhibition, Jerk sauce, Tri Caribbean Energy and a sneak preview concert to introduce Canadian and local artistes.
Saturday July 6th will be the main event. The schedule of events begin at 12 pm, family fun day, and the continuation of the Empowerment Fair and Expo on environment and rewable energy in the day, live music and performance from cultural groups; drummers & dancers, fish fry, dance competition and a live concert featuring artistes like Prophecy, Telescope, Mark Oliver, Ogell, Wormbass, Yoga Man, Izrel, Brando Mckoy, Ras Ajai and Bunni Izik.
Jamckafest will be hosted by Mck, Big Stone, Princess Eryka and Isha.
Music by: the Mighty Upsetter & Roots Reggae Radio all the way from Canada and Super Star with DJ Grega. Backing bands; kysum Tide, Smooth Kut and Bleunote Music.
Main sponsors are Caribbean Commerce Magazine, Mckjamtv, Tri Caribbean Energy, Tri Coast Worldwide, Ire FM, Jamaica Coffee Growers Association, Zion Organic Roots and the Marcus Garvey Foundation.
This event will take place at the Links Beach Café in Yallahs Bay, located approximately 40 minutes from Kingston airport in the parish of St. Thomas Jamaica.
Monday July 1 & Saturday July 6, 2013
Links Beach Café Yallahs St. Thomas Jamaica
In celebration of our multi- cultural Independence, this year’s Festival will feature the a review on the music industry, bringing together entertainments, products and culture synonymous to Jamaica and the rest of the world, it’s people and its roots.
The benefits of this production are far and wide. This event will showcase many wonderful aspects of Jamaican culture; our main venues are centrally located in close proximity to major Hotel chains, Villas, Guest houses and many other local and tourist attractions.
Our overseas visitors to these events will experience and learn more about our Jamaican Culture, Heritage and people or just to have a great time in the ‘unity and oneness’ of what our festival has to offer.
Monday July 1st - free entry
Saturday July 6th -Presold JA $300 or JA$500 at the gate
Children under 12 years old and senior citizens will be admitted free.
For more information and about tickets contact: email@example.com
About the Company:
Mck Productions Development and Consulting Corp. have been in the multimedia business for the last 30 years, this company is based in North America and the Caribbean. Over the years the company has done major concerts, festivals and other events.
Presently our main focus is bringing awareness and unity in the music industry through Jamckafest 2013.
For more information on MCK Productions visit www.jamckafest.com www.caribbeancommercemagazine.com
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