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Beres Hammond, Louie Culture and Romain Virgo for Jamming Reggae Fest

Three concert series will take place in August across three locations on the East Coast on August 11-13, Christopher Martin will also join the lineup for the last one. The details are here

Jammins triple events series

Reggae fans within and outside of the US Tri-State area, are in for a special treat with a trio of shows scheduled for Connecticut, New Jersey and Long Island on the weekend of Friday, August 11th to Sunday, August 13th, featuring some of the biggest names in the reggae genre.

Organizers of the exciting concerts - which is Pt10 of the Singers In Action series and is titled Jammins Reggae Fest - say that this set of dream shows has long been in the making.

On Friday, August 11th, Jammins Events kicks off the Singers in Action Pt10 series, with a return to College Street Music Hall in New Haven, Connecticut. This not-to-be-missed showcase is headlined by the singer who has earned the title 'The Chairman of the Board', Beres Hammond; the Gangalee, Louie Culture and one of the most successful Digicel Rising Stars alums, Romain Virgo.

Beres Hammond, has been thrilling fans for more than five decades and he never gets tired (Rickayla Mcneil)

Then on Saturday, August 12th, the second leg of the Jammins Reggae Fest - Singers in Action Pt.10 series has become a staple summer event at NJPAC in Newark, New Jersey. The lineup of heavyweight artistes are all eager to connect with their fans and sing all of their favourite songs.

The weekend concert series comes to a fantastic climax on Sunday, August 13th with a dazzling showcase that will throw an additional young legend in the mix, and reggae lovers will agree that it will indeed be a ‘Big Deal’. The Catholic Health outdoor Amphitheater in Farmingville in Long Island, New York, will play host to, not three, but four superb reggae and lover’s rock artists - Beres Hammond, Louie Culture, Romain Virgo and Christopher Martin.

"We know that fans will definitely love this line-up of amazing artists on the same stage for an event that will give each enough time to sing the songs that have inspired and motivated their fans throughout the years," said George Crooks, the organizer of Jammin Reggae Fest.

Part proceeds from Jammins Reggae Fest/Singers in Action Pt10 will be donated to the AFUWI Scholarship Fund. Tickets are available online at or and at Box Offices.


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