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Reggae royals converge in Tobago
One week before setting off for concerts in Croatia and France, famed Jamaican reggae star Barrington Levy will regale Tobago’s reggae fans on August 23 at Pigeon Point.
Levy, who is widely regarded as reggae royalty, will share the stage at Reggae on the Beach with another reggae legend, Everton Blender.
The two are part of a dynamic line-up that features young rising stars like Romain Virgo, Chris Martin, Loyal Flames and Gardah Knight. Promoters BWV Entertainment said in a release, the show promises to be a “perfect blend of silky crooners and pulsating grit.”
In 2013, BWV received plaudits for the first installment of Reggae on the Beach where Chronixx and The Zinc Fence Redemption Band, Tarrus “Mr Singy Singy” Riley and the Black Soil Band thrilled the audience.
BWV Entertainment said it has a “social contract” to consistently produce high quality events for patrons from T&T and further afield. They promise patrons that Reggae on the Beach 2014 will full of “irie vibes.”
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