Bonner Brothers Unite for World Tour


For the first time ever, the Bonner Brothers; Richie Spice, Spanner Banner, Pliers and Snatcha will be sharing the same stage for an epic concert series.



The series, ‘All Spice’ Reggae In The City’ will see the Bonner Brothers performing their extensive individual catalogues for a one night live show, backed by the Kurfew Band.

Executed by Bonner Cornerstone Music, the event itself is not a new one and was staged as recently as 2007 with many performers to take the stage including; Capelton, Coco Tea, Anthony B , I-Wayne, Gyptian, Queen Ifrica, Sizzla , Chuck Fenda, Etana and the Bonner brothers individually.



For the rebranded ‘All Spice’ series though the Bonner brothers will all be performing together for the first time in history and will be taking this series to the Caribbean, Europe, parts of the US and Canada in 2016.



“This is the first time ever that the entire Bonner brothers will be performing on the same event, promoting family unity and strength in this here Reggae music which is a great look, the world will get to experience this powerful series very soon!” CEO of Bonner Cornerstone Music, Fontano Thompson shared



The brothers themselves are extremely excited about performing together for this world tour.



"Well to me it's like a family Reunion yuh know, we want the world to see this because unity is something that we support pan a professional level, it is something that we wanted to do for a long time and now the time is right. Yeah man that is what me a look forward to, seeing people take on to the same unity that exist between mi and mi breddas." Richie Spice shared



The Kingston event, which represents the Jamaica launch for the ‘All Spice’ World Tour, will happen on December 3rd at Café Delite, 9 Haining Road in Kingston.

Alongside Richie Spice, Spanner Banner, Pliers and Snatcha, ‘All Spice – Reggae in the City’ also features young talents from Bonner Cornerstone Music; Shepherd Bonner and Shav A, as opening acts.

The event is also a part of the third staging of the RJR Communications Group Kingston Music Week promotion, where persons are motivated to go out and support live music in Kingston from December 1-7 2015.

For more information and to reserve limited presold tickets email Bonneryard@gmail.com.


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