Jamaica Jazz and Blues 2011

by DRW
(Jamaica)

Jamaica Jazz and Blues

Jamaica Jazz and Blues

Turnkey Production presents the 15th staging of Jamaica Jazz and Blues.

The 2011 staging of the festival well be held at the Trelawny Multi-purpose stadium in Falmouth, Trelawny, Jamaica. It is schedule for January 23-29th, 2011.

Formerly Air Jamaica Jazz and Blues was started in 1996 by Air Jamaica along with the Jamaica Tourist Board and other associates sponsors.

Even though the tag line says Jazz and Blues it is more than just Jazz and Blues music.

Some of Jamaica's top dancehall and reggae artists have also grace the stages at this great festival.

Artists Shaggy,Bounti Killer, Maxi Priest and Third World are just a few of the many local acts who has wow the thousand who normally attend this festival.

Overseas acts already performed on jazz and blues are Anita Baker, Hall and Oates, John Legend, Billy Ocean and Alicia Keyes.

What to expect and Jazz and Blues!.
Jazz Music
Blues Music
R & B music
Soul Music
Reggae with a little Dancehall music
Latin music and
World Music

You will also be able to enjoy some of Jamaica's delicious food while you shop for souvenir form our Art and Craft vendors.

Jamaica Jazz and Blues now pulls out over 25,000 persons and for the 2011 staging it is expected to be bigger and better.

Artistes already confirmed for 2011 line-up are Maroon 5, Diana King, SWV and Laura Izibor.

For more information please visit http://jamaicajazzandblues.com

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