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April 2019 — Washington, DC (Acclaim PR) — The summer does NOT officially begin until we say HUSH Weekend!!! That's right, Washington, D.C.'s premiere weekend is back with a bang, celebrating it's 4th anniversary with an awesome line up of events that will span Memorial Day Weekend, May 23-26, 2019.

What is shaping up to be the most exciting Tobago Jazz Experience (TJE) is a few days away and the island is abuzz with preparations for the events revolving around the festival of music, culture and cuisine.

Port-of-Spain, Trinidad. April 15th, 2019 - As the people of Trinidad and Tobago experience a whirlwind of emotion ahead of the return of reggae’s long lost hero, Buju Banton, to the shores of the twin island, there is also a great deal of excitement surrounding the appearance of ORDER- the band led by Trinidad and Tobago reggae artist, Ziggy Rankin.

Port-of-Spain, Trinidad. April 8th, 2019 - A festival like no other, ever experienced in Trinidad and Tobago; that’s what’s being guaranteed by organisers of the I Am Legend Festival which will be headlined by none other than Grammy Award winning Reggae artist, Buju Banton. High Frequency Entertainment last week announced the addition of rising reggae star, 19-year-old, Koffee.

On Sunday 14th April, 2019 from 6pm, the Central Bank Auditorium will be filled with the sound of authentic Jazz Standards like ‘Misty’ and Caribbean Jazz classics like ‘Fancy Sailor’ performed by some of the preeminent musicians in the country. Curtain Call Consulting presents a one night only concert experience…JUST JAZZ.

Tobago Jazz Experience 2019 is Here


Honestly, this year’s run of the Tobago Jazz Experience, (TJE) presented by the Tobago Festivals Commission may be the best one to date, with top-draw R&B, jazz, soca and reggae artistes set to perform.

The line-up of international acts features a collective of international, Caribbean and local artistes, each with proven track records and worthy of legendary status. The TJE takes place from April 25-28 with shows at locations across Tobago.

Port-of-Spain, Trinidad. March 29th, 2019-As excitement builds for what has been the most talked about concert in over a decade, there’s now insight into the layout of the Queen’s Park Savannah in Port-of-Spain, ahead of Buju Banton’s headline performance at the massive venue. “We’re sparing nothing in making sure that this performance and the performances of all the conscious acts we’re presenting, will ultimately be the beginning of a festival event to be experienced annually in the Caribbean,” said event promoter, Glenroy Watson.

It is no secret that Canadians have endured an exceptionally harsh winter with temperatures averaging -20 degrees, and it is also no secret that Canadians love to party.  Wren4Life of All Starz Entertainment and Niyah of MYC Entertainment have teamed to take Canadians from the cold with Beachorama on Saturday April 27th, 2019 at Sabina Park!

Port-of-Spain, Trinidad. March 21st, 2019-Organisers of the upcoming I Am Legend concert event in Trinidad and Tobago, which will be headlined by reggae hit maker, Buju Banton, are today allaying any concerns raised over online ticket purchases. On Wednesday, March 20th, High Frequency Entertainment’s digital and web management service issued emails to all online ticket customers indicating that the online ticketing system had been upgraded in the interest of security for all online customers.

Piarco, Trinidad (Sonique Solutions) – After 2 years of successfully bringing the world to Trinidad & Tobago’s Carnival, the ultra all-inclusive event ‘Gateway to the World’ returns to satisfy the festival appetites of T&T’s discerning party goers.
With its theme ‘Welcome Home’ the 2019 edition of this all-inclusive affair takes place at the car park of the old Piarco International Airport on Friday 1st February and will deliver an event which is truly worthy and representative of the twin-island republic’s cosmopolitan culture.
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