Reggae and Dancehall Artists Unite to Fundraise for Hurricane-Ravaged Caribbean Islands

by RBA Publishing
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Reggae Sumfest Presents The JAMATHON Benefit Concert

Reggae Sumfest Presents The JAMATHON Benefit Concert

Reggae Sumfest Presents The JAMATHON Benefit Concert
Sizzla Kalonji is amongst the mega stars generously donating their performance for the cause
Tommy Lee Sparta is amongst the mega stars generously donating their performance for the cause
Jah Cure is amongst the mega stars generously donating their performance for the cause

Caribbean Love Now Presents An All-Star Line-up for JAMATHON, a Hurricane-Relief Benefit Concert on November 22 in Kingston, Jamaica

Tickets now available online.

JAMATHON, the Jamaican benefit concert to raise funds for hurricane recovery in the Caribbean, including Dominica which is reported to be 95% devastated after Hurricanes Irma and Maria, has confirmed that over 27 artists will perform. The all-star line-up of artists are
generously donating their time and talent to help the
cause.
The concert is at the Red Stripe Oval Soccer Venue in Kingston, Jamaica on Wednesday, November 22 from 7pm to 11pm EST and is produced by Caribbean Love Now; www.CaribbeanLoveNow.org

Online tickets to concert now available through
www.caribbeanlovenow.org and
www.Jamathon2017.eventbrite.com

Physical tickets will be available at local Jamaican outlets starting around November 9.

Plus, the full concert will be Livestreamed on Reggae Sumfest's YouTube Channel and televised on CaribbeanTV, so that fans around the globe can take part on Wednesday, November 22 from 7pm to 11pm EST.

Joe Bogdanovich and a team, including Tarrus Riley, went to Dominica, Antigua and Anguilla, and gained a first-hand view of the after effects of the hurricanes and says that he was shocked. “What these people are going through isdevastating, so we have to reach out and help,” he said.

The confirmed JAMATHON performers are: Assassin; Beenie Man; Blvk H3ro; Bunji Garlin; Bunny Wailer; Carlene Davis; Chino McGregor; Christopher
Martin; D-Major; Devin Di Dakta; Etana; Fay-Ann Lyons;Freddie McGregor; Harry Toddler; Iba Mahr; Jah Cure; Jesse Royal; Kevin Downswell, Naomi Cowan; Nesbeth; Protoje; Raging Fyah; Romain Virgo; Sean Paul and Chi-Ching Ching, Sizzla; Stephen McGregor; Tarrus Riley; Third World; Tommy Lee Sparta; TootsMaytals; and Vegas.
(line-up subject to change)

An All-Star band led by Dean Fraser will back all performances and the show will be hosted Tommy Cowan,Miss Kitty,Nikki Z and Pretty Boy Floyd.

The Caribbean Love Now organization is also collecting donated goods Jamaica-wide and sending them and building materials and supplies for rebuilding, plus raising money for rebuilding. The www.caribbeanlovenow.org website will have a money donation platform up shortly.
For more information visit www.CaribbeanLoveNow.org
and follow:
Facebook.com/CaribbeanLoveNow
Twitter and Instagram: @caribbeanlovenow

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