Portmore Music Fest for Dec 28


Portmore Music Fest for Dec 28

Wednesday, December 11, 2019

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Portmore Music Fest is slated for the UDC Car Park Portmore in St Catherine on Saturday, December 28. The event, now in its fourth staging, is scheduled for a 6:00 pm start.

“A new addition to the fest this year is a Portmore Music Fest Road Tour Series, which kicked off in Spanish Town and will see artistes on the line-up and emerging talent from other list of stops performing inside of a live outside broadcast in Half-Way-Tree, Old Harbour, May Pen, and Portmore,” said Steve Billings, a director of the organising committee.

This year's show will feature a mix of artistes from 90s to present.

Sean Paul, Chi Ching Ching, Lutan Fyah, Mega Banton, Quada, I Wayne, Don Yute, and Bascom X are among the acts to grace the stage.

“This year, the festival has stepped up its offerings with booths such as Budville/Rastafari Village (Cannabis Zone); Beauty Zone featuring cosmetics and personal care for ladies,” said Billings.

The organisers are determined to challenge events being held in Kingston during the Christmas period and to focus on entertainment developing within Portmore.

“We are coming bigger and better this year,” Billings added.

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