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Tarrus to close Signature series

Thursday, December 13, 2018

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Tarrus Riley will bring the curtains down on the Appleton Estate Signature Nights 2018 at the newly opened Chillin' Serengeti at Hope Zoo in Kingston this evening.

Riley is expected to deliver songs, including To the Limit, Love's Contagious, Start A New, Superman, and Far Away. Fans will be in for a treat as he is expected to perform Guess Who, a sample of Black Uhuru's Guess Who's Coming to Dinner.

“Patrons should expect music, music and more music; nuff niceness and party vibes,” said Riley.

Leleika-Dee Barnes, customer marketing manager at J Wray & Nephew Limited, explained the reason for the brand making the investment a third year running in the live music series.

“Appleton Estate Signature Nights involves educating patrons on the Appleton Estate range of blends, while simultaneously offering an intimate performance from world-class Jamaican artistes. It has become one of the most well-attended live music events locally, and we are proud to successfully pair one proud Jamaican brand to the other,” said Barnes.

The series, this year, has seen the likes of Beres Hammond, Christopher Martin, Sanchez, I-Wayne, Romain Virgo, Bugle and Konshens.


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