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December 4, 2013
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Matterhorn excited about Red Stripe Beer Vibes

Tony Matterhorn - Contributed

Red Stripe Beer Vibes is back in Kingston after five years!

The long-standing clash party is back and ready to resume where it left off. Beer Vibes has not been held in Kingston for almost five years, though it has been held every year to date during the annual Smirnoff Dream Weekend in Negril.

Tony Matterhorn, one of the headline acts for the event, is excited and has much in store. "It has been a pleasure being able to be part of Beer Vibes because they always try to work together and deliver a good performance," Matterhorn said.

Nothing but greatness is in store for the Red Stripe-sponsored event. Patrons have already excitedly responded to the party's return to Kingston.

"I have known Richie and Solomon from they were working at Red Stripe, from they have became RAS Promotions. So there is some history behind my involvement with Beer Vibes," he explained.

According to Solomon Sharpe of RAS Promotions, promoters of the event, Beer Vibes has certainly been missed, and it was thought that this year would be the ideal time to bring it back.

"Jamaicans and music lovers can appreciate Beer Vibes for what it is, essentially a clash of sound systems. The sound system is a part of our culture and our music. This December, there will be no holding back as we have a stellar line-up planned," Sharpe said.

Red Stripe Beer Vibes is bringing back the originals such as Black Chiney, Firelinks, Jazzy T and, of course, Tony Matterhorn. The event will be hosted by Sizzla Kolanji.

"With the world's coolest beer on its side, this event is definitely set to be one of the most anticipated this Christmas," Sharpe ended.

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