Jamaica’s Curfew Hours Will Remain In Effect Until January 28

Earlier today in parliament, Jamaica’s Prime Minister – Andrew Holness – told the country that: “curfew Hours will remain from 10PM nightly to 5AM the following morning until 5AM on January 28, 2022. All the other measures will also remain unchanged.”

Comedians Ity & Fancy Cat Will Bring Their Show To Florida On Dec. 19

Laugh Responsibly is an extravagant comedic experience that will be presented at the Miramar Cultural Center – 2400 Civic Center Place – in Miramar, Florida on Sunday, December 19th. It features two of Jamaica’s most sought after comedians: Ity and Fancy Cat. The men will be supported by fellow comedians Rohan Gunter and Michael Parenti.

Tickets for this show start at $40 USD and can go all the way up to $80; depending on seating. Click here to purchase tickets from eventbrite.

Jamaica’s PM Relaxes Curfew Hours For The Upcoming Christmas Holiday

Effective December 10th, Jamaica’s new curfew hours will be from 10pm nightly to 5am the following morning. However, on Christmas Eve and New Year’s Day it will commence at 1am giving persons more time to enjoy the holiday festivities.

The PM has made it clear that even though the curfew hours are being relaxed all the other measures will remain in place. And the relaxation is as a result of the drop in covid-19 infections over the past few weeks.

Reggae Vibes Music Partners With Adobe Math Lab To Help Students (@ReggaeVibesMus1)

Marlon Folkes, the man behind the popular record label Reggae Vibes Music, has announced the imprint’s partnership with Adobe Math Lab out of Manchester, Jamaica.

This union has resulted in the provision of free resources to help students who are preparing to sit CXC Mathematics at the CSEC, Add Math and Cape Level. Students wanting to take advantage of the program should click here.

The Movie Inspired By Turbulence’s Song “Jamaica Holiday” Is Out Now!

In July of this year, Marlon Folkes, the CEO and owner of Reggae Vibes Music, announced that their latest release at the time – Jamaica Holiday, which is performed by Turbulence – has inspired a movie. 

The one hour and twenty-six minutes film, which has just been uploaded to YouTube, was written and directed by Richard Brown and Glenroy Dodd; with production credits going to both Richard Brown Films and Jammiwood. 

When asked to give a quick synopsis regarding the movie, Folkes said it’s about “a character with life challenges who decide to travel the country to clear his head. The journey shows [the] good and bad of Jamaica, [but] mostly good and how the bad turns into good.” 

It goes without saying that reggae recording artist Turbulence is one of the stars; but in order to find out what role he plays persons will have to watch the entire film for themself.

Jamaica Holiday, the movie, was to be released in August but it was delayed because of the ongoing lockdowns caused by the covid-19 pandemic. Now that it is out, we are encouraging everyone to not only watch the movie but also download the song that inspired it. 


Jamaica’s PM Relaxes Covid-19 Measures As The Numbers Drop

Earlier this evening (October 26) Jamaica’s prime minister Andrew Holness announced changes to the covid-19 measures in the House of Representative. See a snippet of his statement below.

“Effective Friday, October 29th, the new curfew hours will be from 8pm nightly to 5am the following morning, for every day in the week. Sundays will no longer be no-movement days. This will remain in effect until 5am on December 10, 2021.”

Jamaica Going Into Consecutive No Movement Days

Earlier today the office of the prime minister of Jamaica announced an updated COVID-19 containment measure relating to the curfew hours. They reminded the nation that on both Sunday, October 17 and Monday, October 18, 2021 the entire island will be under curfew.

Exceptions will be made for persons going out to get vaccinated as well as all essential workers. The curfew will end on Tuesday morning at 5am. The notice was sent out because Monday, October 18 is National Heroes’ Day.