10 Things To Do In Kingston Jamaica!

Kingston the capital of Jamaica, has so much to offer to those looking to really immerse themselves in Jamaican Culture while on vacation.
The capital is a vibrant buzzing place with lots going on!
There is something for everyone to enjoy.

No trip to Jamaica is complete without exploring the capital of this fascinating country.
Below is a list of some of the great things you can do while in Kingston City!

  1. Kingston City Tour.Kingston City Tour
  2. Reggae Music TourJamaican Music History Tour of Kingston
  3. Port Royal International Heritage TourPort Royal Heritage Tour In Kingston
  4. Kingston Cultural Walking TourCultural Walking Tour In Kingston
  5. Bob Marley Museum TourBob Marley Museum Tour In Kingston
  6. Kingston Food TourJamaican Food Tour In Kingston
  7. Blue Mountain TourBlue Mountain Tour In Kingston
  8. Lime Cay Boat TourLime Cay Boat Tour In Kingston
  9. Dancehall TourDancehall Tour In Kingston
  10. Interactive Jamaican “patwa” Language Session Interactive Jamaican Patwa Language Session In Kingston

Hologram Concerts Coming To Jamaica

Imagine Dennis Brown on the Reggae Sumfest stage in July with his classic opening number Here I Come and pearly white smile … Or better yet, Garnet Silk joining Buju Banton on stage on his Long Walk to Freedom tour. For several years, deceased…
— Read on jamaica-gleaner.com/article/entertainment/20190602/hologram-concerts-dead-reggae-artistes-not-far-fetched

Reggae Sumfest Countdown

Reggae Sumfest 2019  The count down has began!
Are you going?

From the 14th of July until the 20th July, all roads lead to Montego Bay for a premium night of entertainment in Jamaica from top artist and the chance to see some of your favorite performers live on stage all on the same night!

Sumfest has earned a reputation as the Caribbean’s premier music festival, showcasing Jamaica’s indigenous music, as well other popular global genres of music. Now in its 27th year, the world’s greatest Jamaican reggae/dancehall music festival continues to pay homage to the musical genres that originated in Jamaica that have broadly influenced the chart topping urban and pop music of today. Sumfest continues to add unprecedented value to “Brand Jamaica” by promoting three of the country’s most valuable products – the music, the culture, and the island itself as a global tourist destination. This has been expanded on a grand scale globally by the high quality widely promoted live streaming and video content made available of Reggae Sumfest on broadcast and streaming platforms, taking Jamaican music, artists, and culture to every continent and country on earth. Reggae Sumfest is one of the most viewed music festivals in the world.

Over the years, Sumfest has partnered with a number of major local and international brands. Our goal is to continue and develop these long-standing brand partnerships in ways that enhance their experiential relationship with Sumfest, the Jamaican people, and the entire international reggae and dancehall community. Sumfest is owned and produced DownSound Entertainment​ Ltd.

https://reggaesumfest.com/about/

This year promises to be good one.
Grab Your Tickets Now!

    • Friday 19th July

Bennie Man
Bounty Killer
Chronix
Unknown Gringo
Dexa Daps
Spice
Munga Honerable
Govana
Ageny Saco
Chronic Law
Elephant Man
Spragga Benz
Shuna Chyn
Dovey Magnum
Shane E
Jahvillani
Squash

    • Saturday 20th July

Buju Banton
Beres Hammond
Christopher Martin
Jah 9
Romain Vigo
Etana

More Artist To Be Announced Soon!

Buju Banton’s Long Walk To Freedom Concert In Kingston, Jamaica March 2019

Wappings Thursday At Hagley Park Road Kingston, Jamaica

Jamaica Jewel Of The Caribbean

The third largest Caribbean Island and the only one to be totally surrounded by the Caribbean sea.
Attracting over 4 million tourist in 2017 a trip to Jamaica is a real treat for those wanting a Caribbean getaway.
There are Hotels to suit all budgets and taste from all inclusive luxury resorts to budget friendly Bed and Breakfast’s Jamaica has it all.

This photo of Jamaica is courtesy of TripAdvisor

Visitors return year after year to what many describe as “paradise on earth”.
The people the music and or course the food all help to make Jamaica an unforgettable holiday of a life time.
Many who come to Jamaica speak of how friendly the people are and how welcoming they are to visitors.

There is a vibe in Jamaica that can’t be found anywhere else.

The beat of reggae music greets you everywhere on the Island, it gives you that feel good feeling, that can only be experienced in Jamaica.

A trip to Jamaica should be on everyone’s bucket list!
There is so much to see and do not just the beaches, but many
places of interest for all ages and budgets around the island to visit and explore
So no matter what you enjoy doing you will find something exciting to do

10 Things To Do In Kingston Jamaica

Kingston the capital of Jamaica, has so much to offer to those looking to really immerse themselves in Jamaican Culture while on vacation.
The capital is a vibrant buzzing place with lots going on!
There is something for everyone to enjoy.

No trip to Jamaica is complete without exploring the capital of this fascinating country.
Below is a list of some of the great things you can do while in Kingston City!

  1. Kingston City Tour.Kingston City Tour
  2. Reggae Music TourJamaican Music History Tour of Kingston
  3. Port Royal International Heritage TourPort Royal Heritage Tour In Kingston
  4. Kingston Cultural Walking TourCultural Walking Tour In Kingston
  5. Bob Marley Museum TourBob Marley Museum Tour In Kingston
  6. Kingston Food TourJamaican Food Tour In Kingston
  7. Blue Mountain TourBlue Mountain Tour In Kingston
  8. Lime Cay Boat TourLime Cay Boat Tour In Kingston
  9. Dancehall TourDancehall Tour In Kingston
  10. Interactive Jamaican “patwa” Language Session Interactive Jamaican Patwa Language Session In Kingston

Spring Break

It’s that time of year again Spring Break, a time for sun sea and fun!

The Caribbean is always a top choice for those wanting to let loose and enjoy themselves.

This photo of Westmoreland Parish is courtesy of TripAdvisor

According to inertiatours.com, Jamaica is within theTop Ten Destinations to visit for Spring Break.
Negril has so much to offer 7 Mile Beach, Rick’s Cafe and Mayfield Falls are just some of the attractions you can visit while in Negril.

Every Spring Break you have students eager to have fun descend on Jamaica, to meet the beautiful people,eat some delicious food and have the experience of a life time in unforgettable Jamaica.
There are parties on the beach, where the rum cocktails are flowing!
it is truly a magical time that everyone should experience
This photo of Westmoreland Parish is courtesy of TripAdvisor

Saturday 10th March 2018 If you know you know!

Uptown Mondays At Constant Spring Road, Kingston, Jamaica

Place to be on a Monday night, full of pure vibes and niceness.

The place is full of locals, tourist and of course celebrities!

Step out for a good Monday night!

 

Dennis Emmanuel Brown…Crown Prince Of Reggae

Dennis Emmanuel Brown was born 1st February 1957 in Kingston Jamaica.

During his prolific career, which began in the late 1960’s when he was aged eleven,he recorded more than 75 albums.

Bob Marley cited Brown as his favorite singer.
Dennis Brown would prove influential on future generations of reggae singers.

Brown’s first professional appearance came at the age of eleven,when he visited a local club where his brother Basil was performing a comedy routine, and where he made a guest appearance with the club’s resident group, the Fabulous Falcons.
It was so successful that he was asked to join the group and a featured vocalist.

Brown’s first recording was an original song called “Lips of Wine” for producer Derrick Harriott, but when this was not released, he recorded for Clement Coxsone Dodd’s Studio One label, and his first session yielded the single
“No Man is an Island”, recorded when Brown was aged twelve and released in late 1969. The single received steadily increasing airplay for almost a year before becoming a huge hit throughout Jamaica.

In 1975,Dennis recorded “So Much Pain”, a duet with Johnny Clarke, which was the first recordings to appear Brown’s new DEB Music label.

Dennis Brown is loved and admired throughout the world and respected for his contribution to Reggae music.
Dennis Brown

Listen to some of The Crown Prince Of Reggae’s Music which lives on forever!