Lady G and her team are now accepting dates for Europe this summer, specifically June and July. The legendary dancehall artist is best known for her song “Man a Bad Man” from the film Third World Cop.
Lady G‘s other popular songs include “Nuff Respect,” “Round Table Talk” (done with her mentor Papa San), “Certain Friends,” “Breeze Off” and “Girls Like Us.“
Persons wanting additional information about Lady G‘s upcoming tour are being asked to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
On Saturday, March 23rd, dancehall duo Voicemail will be performing at RUDE7 nightclub – located at Industriestraße 7c, 68169 – in Mannheim, Germany. The event, which is being called Bam Bam XXL, will see the guys performing all their past hits as well as songs from their upcoming album.
Entrance fee for this show is only 7 euro.
On Saturday, April 20th, Dancehall-Gospel artist DJ Nicholas will head to Canada as he is the headline act for this year’s Gospel Explosion. Presented by OLS Production Plus, Gospel Explosion will be held at Ebenezer Holiness Church – located at 101 Rossdean Drive – in North York, Ontario (Canada).
Online tickets, which are going for $25 CDN, can be purchased via Eventbrite.
The Barbados Reggae Festival and FAS7STAR present the Magnum Tonic Wine Xplosion Reggae Beach Party on Sunday, April 28th, 2019 at Pirate’s Cove in Bridgetown, Barbados.
This event will feature live performances by both Busy Signal and Sizzla Kalonji. Early bird tickets, which were being sold for $35 USD, have already sold out. That being said, additional tickets are available HERE.
On Saturday, March 30th, Elephant Man alongside some of his musical colleagues will be performing at The Bambou Complex, which is located at 229 N. Franklintown Road in Baltimore, Maryland.
Admission is $25 USD and persons can call 410-362-5110 for additional info.
Calibe Thompson, Chef Irie, Chef Thia and The Taste the Islands Experience team will ride around sunny Fort Lauderdale with celebrity guests like Julian Marley, Wayne Wonder, Spragga Benz, Mr Vegas, Nyanda, Everton Blender, Anthony B, and LaVie as they sing their biggest hits in a Yellow Cab.
They’ll also talk about the food they love, their favorite places to travel, and interesting tidbits on their lives you probably never knew. This is all leading up to The Taste the Islands Experience Caribbean Food Festival, April 26 – 28, 2019 in downtown Fort Lauderdale, where Caribbean food, island vibes, and the tropical ambiance are the stars of the show.
See below Buju Banton‘s ‘Long Walk To Freedom’ Caribbean tour dates; and for additional information visit: www.bujubanton.com
Sat. March 16th – Kingston, Jamaica (National Stadium)
Sat. March 30th – Nassau, Bahamas (Thomas A Robinson Stadium)
Sun. April 21st – Trinidad & Tobago (Queens Park Savannah)
Sat. April 27th – Barbados (Kensington Oval)
Sat. May 4th – Paramaribo, Suriname (Andre Kamperveen Stadion)
Sat. May 11th – St. George, Grenada (National Cricket Stadium)
Sat. June 15th – Tortola, BVI (Festival Village Grounds)
Sat. June 29th – St. Kitts (Kim Collins Athletic Club)