Beenie for high Vibes festival
Dancehall deejay Beenie Man will be performing at the High Vibes Roots and Reggae Festival at the Aqueduct in Montego Bay, St James.
The September 3 and 4 event, the first cannabis festival in the Caribbean, promises to be an extraordinary event celebrating Rastafarian culture.
"What is a reggae festival in Jamaica without the king of dancehall? Reggae and dancehall is the root of Jamaica's music industry, and it would be injustice to not have Beenie Man perform on our stage. Many persons believe that Beenie Man converted to the Rastafarian culture because of the values he upholds, which are in line with our culture. It's a great honour to have him perform, and we can't wait to show what he has in store for the festival," said Douglas Gordon of High Vibes Jamaica.
Beenie Man has always been part of the Rastafarian movement and upholds a lot of their beliefs, which are sure to be on display at the High Vibes festival. "I am happy to be a part of this historic moment in our entertainment industry," said Beenie Man. "I will be bringing high energy and hit after hit for the fans. Everyone can look forward to some good vibes at High Vibes Roots & Reggae Festival."
Beenie Man has been involved in the music industry from a young age and has done collaborations with artistes like Dennis Brown, Sanchez, and international multiplatinum recording artiste Janet Jackson.
For more information on the artistes, purchasing festival tickets, and travel packages, go to www.highvibesjamaica.com.