Caribbean Entertainment – These Reggae Artists Are Supporting A Relief Effort For Hurricane Victims

Published on Oct 26 2017, at 10:23 pm


Jah Cure is among the artists joining the JAMATHON.

News Americas, MIAMI, FL, Fri. Oct. 27, 2017: A growing number of Jamaican reggae and dancehall artists have signed on help raise money to help Caribbean victims of the recent hurricanes.

The artists will be part of JAMATHON, a benefit concert set for Wednesday, November 22, 2017 at The Red Stripe Oval in Kingston, Jamaica.
The concert is part of the Caribbean Love Now campaign launched by US investor and Reggae Sumfest CEO Joe Bogdanovich to mobilize support for relief and recovery for the islands affected by Hurricanes Irma and Maria.

The artists joining the fundraising line-up to date are:


Beenie Man

Blvk H3ro

Bunny Wailer

Carlene Davis

Chino McGregor

Christopher Martin


Devin Di Dakta


Freddie McGregor

Harry Toddler

Iba Mahr

Jah Cure

Jesse Royal

Naomi Cowan


Raging Fyah

Richie Spice

Romain Virgo


Stephen McGregor

Third World

Tommy Lee Sparta

and Vegas.

Proceeds from the money raised by Caribbean Love Now will go directly to the people and countries affected by Hurricanes Irma and Maria.

Fans across the world will be able to experience Caribbean Love Now JAMATHON via live stream on YouTube at the Reggae Sumfest Live Streaming & Video channel. An online donation site will be announced shortly through which global contributions will be accepted.

The cost of tickets for the local Jamaica concert range from: J$1,000 – J$6,000.



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