Richie Spice and Bonner brothers add more star power to All Spice Event


The talented and diverse Bonner brothers; Richie Spice, Spanner Banner, Pliers and Snatcha, will be returning with their yearly LIVE concert, All Spice, for Kingston Music Week this December.



For this year’s staging however, the brothers have added a plethora of heavy hitters to extend the already fantastic showcase and have made other additions that the entire family will enjoy!


This year the All Spice concert has been extended into an all day diverse Food and Reggae Music Festival with cuisine from around the world and world class entertainment.


On Saturday December 3 the Liguanea Club Lawns of the Lime Golf Academy in New Kingston will see the likes of; Christopher Martin, Khalilah Rose, Adahzeh, Agent Sasco, Cecile, Warrior King, Cocoa Tea and Chaka Demus added to the lineup of the Bonner brothers; Pliers, Snatch Lion, Black Shepherd, Mikey Bonner, Spanner Banner and Richie Spice.


“We really wanted to have our friends come out and support this musical unity concert, last year we kept it to mostly just the family with one exception, this year we are looking at a bigger event with more performances in keeping with the same Reggae vibe” Richie Spice shared.


In addition to the concert and diverse worldwide food village the event will have extensive day activities and attractions for the kids, giveaways, a comedy show and future star performances from as early as 10am, hosted by noted comedian Dufton Shepherd.


“We wanted to definitely provide an atmosphere that the entire family can come out and enjoy during the day and that adults can enjoy during the night. Few events have the entire family in mind and Family unity has always been our mandate for All Spice.” Fontano Thompson CEO of Bonner Cornerstone Records, added



The event is also a part of the week long live music activities in Kingston to support patrons going out and enjoying live entertainment spearheaded by the RJR Communications Group called Kingston Music Week. To get additional details on the event and its offerings follow them on social media @bonneryard.

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