News from Mo Bay, Jamaica: Dancehall Queen Jada Kingdom added to REGGAE SUMFEST FESTIVAL

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Dancehall Queen Jada Kingdom has just been added to REGGAE SUMFEST FESTIVAL. Sumfest is happening right now with week-long events! Jada Kingdom, melding dancehall, R&B, pop, and jazz was added at the last minute to the Saturday night line-up, July 22. Sumfest is happening right now with week-long events including themed parties and two nights of main stage music.

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With a cumulative following of almost 10 million loyal supporters across social media, an army of devout fans at sold-out live shows, and a steadily growing popularity in industry circles, Jada Kingdom has her career in full focus.

Don’t miss her at Reggae Sumfest this Saturday on the main stage.

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Reggae Sumfest is the largest music festival in Jamaica and the Caribbean, taking place each year in mid-July in Montego Bay. Sumfest started in 1993. The Lineup for Friday July 21, Festival Night One features Tommy Lee, Valiant, Masicka, Chronic Law, 450, Mighty Crown (final Jamaica appearance), Gyptian, Jah Vinci, Boombox 90’s Badness (featuring Harry Toddler, Nitty Kutchie, Mega Banton, Jigsy King, Boom Dandimite, General B, Tony Kurtis,and Silver Cat) , TopMann, and many, many more.

The venue is the famous Catherine Hall Entertainment Complex in Montego Bay. Visitors to the island are encouraged to fly into Montego Bay airport and stay at local hotels – which are quickly selling out. Visitors are encouraged to take local transportation because of traffic jams near the venue.

Reggae Sumfest is celebrating 30 years this year and it is a feat that Joe Bogdanovich, executive producer, said is owed to vision. “Having a vision is number one. Without a vision, you end up operating in areas where the blind leads the blind. I was fortunate enough to come on board in 2016 some 23 years after Sumfest was born. So there was a couple of decades of building a festival that gave us a tremendous advantage. Identity is number two. But what do you do when the identity becomes tired and in need of a refresher?” said Bogdanovich, speaking of changes made to the festival to inject new life.

Ticket buyers are thrilled with the last-minute addition of Jada Kingdom Dancehall Queen.

Jamaican Dancehall Queen Jada Kingdom added to Reggae Sumfest July 22, 2023