Jesse Royal‘s U.S.A. tour officially kicks off today, April 11th, in Minneapolis at the Whole Music Club. The artist will be stopping in several States over the next couple of months, with only one confirmed show in Jamaica (Negril). See below all the dates currently on his schedule and keep in mind that additional shows will be added.
April 11th Whole Music Club – Minneapolis, MN
April 18th Ogden Theatre – Denver, CO
April 19th Red Rocks Amphitheatre – Morrison, CO
April 20th Aggie Theatre – Fort Collins, CO
May 4th Tmrw.Today Culture Fest – Negril, Jamaica
May 17th Hangout Fest – Gulf Shores, AL
May 20th Gas Monkey Bar N’ Grill – Dallas, TX
May 24th Taos Mesa Brewing – El Prado, NM
May 26th California Roots Music and Art Festival – Monterey, CA
May 27th Cornerstone Craft Beer & Live Music – Berkeley, CA
May 28th Holy Diver – Sacramento, CA
May 30th El Corazón – Seattle, WA
May 31st Biltmore Cabaret – Vancouver, Canada
June 1st Hawthorne Theatre – Portland, OR
June 8th Clark County Amphitheater – Las Vegas, NV
On Friday, April 26th, Etana will perform at the popular live venue, Ophelia’s, located at 1215 20th Street in Denver, Colorado. This is a 21 and older event that will commence at 8 PM. Etana will be supported by Red Sage.
Tickets, which start at $14 USD, are available here.
On Thursday, July 4th, Richie Spice and The Element Band will perform a full set at the 2019 Innervisions Festival, which will be held at Islington Assembly Hall (Upper Street) in London, UK.
Richie Spice and his signature style of music is among the ranks of reggae legends such as Peter Tosh & Jimmy Cliff. He is known for his massive hits: “Youth Dem Cold,” “Earth A Run Red,” “Marijuana,” “That Ghetto Girl” and more.
Click here for tickets.
As part of their ongoing fundraising efforts to provide life-saving resources to the people of Jamaica, the Issa Trust Foundation is hosting their biannual “For the Children” concert on Saturday, June 1, 2019, at Couples Sans Souci in Ocho Rios.
They will be welcoming back their goodwill ambassadors, Air Supply, along with Third World, as well as this year’s special guest Koffee. 100% of funds raised from the event will enable the Issa Trust Foundation to continue its work improving healthcare facilities throughout Jamaica. This year they will be focusing on the Annotto Bay and the Savanna La Mar Hospitals’ pediatric and neonatal wards.
Get additional information here.
Currently saturating the airwaves and social sites with ‘Zaddy‘, Bugle, is now moving to amplify promotion around the ‘A Jus Di Vybz’ produced track.
The prolific singer/songwriter recently enlisted the services of an all-star cast for the official video. Despite the film team remaining reticent about the project, the visuals boast an impressive cadre of celebrities including, Kabaka Pyramid, Jesse Royal, Iba Mahr, Jahmiel, Jada Kingdom and street dancer Shakespeare.
According to Bugle, he is not at liberty to elaborate on the details surrounding the video but assures fans it should be forthcoming in the weeks ahead.
JaGha Fest is a festival that embraces Ghanaian and Jamaican culture through music, art and food! The 2019 staging will take place on Saturday, April 13th at Independence Square in Accra, Ghana.
The main headlining act for the JaGha Fest is Miguel Collins aka Sizzla Kalonji. Other Jamaican acts, as well as several Ghanian artists will also be on the show. For additional information visit the event’s official website.
On Sunday, May 12th, Duane Stephenson, in collaboration with Rockers Artist Agency, Reggae-Agenda and Dub Nation, will be hosting the official release party for his upcoming studio album, “Exile to Dreadites.”
The event will take place at the live music venue Willemeen (Willemsplein 1) in Arnhem, Netherlands. In addition to a full performance by Duane Stephenson, patrons will also be treated to appearances from Jah-Lil and 2inch Sound.
Tickets for this launch is available HERE.