Keri Hilson, Freddie Jackson to headline the Grenada Music Festival
Grenada will be promised a three-night musical experience unlike any other at the Grenada Music Festival, a collaborative effort of Q-west Production Company, the Government of Grenada and the Grenada Tourism Authority.
The event will be held on June 7 – 9 at the breathtaking Quarantine Point peninsula and will feature a blend of favourite classics with new and trending talent.
The festival kicks off on Friday, June 7 with Rhythm and Soul featuring the star-studded cast of Grammy-nominated soul sensation Freddie Jackson, hit singer and songwriter, Keri Hilson and Juno Award-winning pianist Eddie Bullen & Friends.
Get in the groove at Reggae Fest on Saturday, June 8, with the two-time Grammy nominated recording sensation and superstar Maxi Priest, the unrivalled Busy Signal and globally loved Ky-Mani Marley.
Sunday, June 9 climaxes with Soca Fusion - an explosive evening of entertainment with the “Sweet Fuh Days” “Songstress of Uniqueness” Patrice Roberts alongside the legendary D’All Starz Band featuring Blaxx and Teddyson John.
Get prepared to “Get In Your Section” with current Soca Monarchs Wuss Wayz, “Groove” with reigning and “Gifted” three-time Groovy Soca Monarch Dash, make “Trouble in the Morning” with V’ghn and feel the heat with former soca monarch and Road March King Lavaman.
For a limited period, standard entry for Rhythm and Soul and Reggae Night will be made available at an early bird price of EC$70, then EC$80 in advance and EC$100 at the gate. Soca Fusion’s early bird ticket is offered at EC$50, then EC$60 for advanced purchases and EC$80 at the gate.
The VIP Experience inclusive of parking, premium drinks and food is offered at Rhythm and Soul and Reggae Fest for EC$500 per night. Soca Fusion offers a limited special access pass inclusive of parking and front stage admission for EC$150.
A Park and Ride shuttle service will be available on all three nights.
Early bird tickets go on sale at the festival office, Go2Fete.com, and outlets islandwide from Monday, April 22.