Food vendor gets ready for Reggae Sumfest

July 03, 2018
George Lowe
A section of the crowd at one of the festival nights during last year's staging of Reggae Sumfest.
Capleton will be closing Reggae Night at Reggae Sumfest this year.
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Patrons attending this year's staging of Reggae Sumfest in Montego Bay, St James, can rest assured that they won't have to enjoy the music on empty stomachs, as the Pizza Truck Express will be among the vendors supplying mouth-watering treats just as they have done since 2010.

Pizza Truck Express, which started its operations in 2009 and joined forces with Reggae Sumfest's organisers the following year, has over the years successfully provided patrons of the annual musical show with a variety of pizzas and sandwiches to suit every taste.

The pizza provider's menu for this year will include mainstay pizzas that have been available from the days when it started out with a stall at the venue and over time upgraded to its signature truck. Those options include cheese, pepperoni, jerk barbecue chicken, shrimp, and even vegetarian for those seeking a meatless option.

Its sandwiches are likewise varied, to include its signature nine-inch ham and salami sub-sandwich and other options such as chicken, turkey, and its newest, beef sandwich.

HOUSEHOLD NAME

George Lowe, the proprietor of Pizza Truck Express, said that the brand has become a household name in Montego Bay, and even overseas.

"We have been going to Reggae Sumfest annually, and we are very popular with the patrons. We stand out because the product is local in and around Montego Bay, so therefore, each year at Reggae Sumfest they look out for us," said Lowe.

"We have overseas customers who come annually, and the response we get from the customers while we are in there at Reggae Sumfest, is overwhelming," Lowe added.

The 26th anniversary of Reggae Sumfest will take place in Montego Bay, St James, on July 15-22. Capleton the 'Fireman' will be closing night two, popularly called Reggae Night, of this year's renewal of Red Stripe Reggae Sumfest.

Several top artistes have been billed to perform on night two of the festival. They include Beres Hammond, Jr Gong, Maxi Priest, Cham, J Bogg, Jesse Royal Jahdore, Fantan Mojah, Empress Ayeola and Raging Fyah.

Sizzla Kalonji is expected to give a fiery set on Dancehall Night. The likes of Bounty Killer, Popcaan, Aidonia, Spice, and Masicka are also booked to perform.

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