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December 20, 2013
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Artistes set to blaze GT Christmas Extravaganza

Romain Virgo, Capleton - File


Boom Energy Drink GT Taylor's Christmas Reggae Extravaganza is just a few days away and music lovers in St Elizabeth are eagerly looking forward to the annual Christmas night event.

For over a decade, patrons attending the event have been treated to some very exciting performances, and this year they are expecting nothing less.

The patrons are not the only ones who are looking forward to Boom Energy Drink GT Taylor's Christmas Extravaganza.

Several artistes on the line-up, including dancehall star Capleton, have stated that they are excited about performing on the prestigious event that will unfold on Christmas night inside Independence Park in Black River, St Elizabeth.

"You know it's always a good vibes performing for the people in St Elizabeth. They always show me a lot of love and positive energy. I am gonna give them another explosive performance, I'm the King of Fire, so the performance will be hot. I am going there to deliver a wonderful performance for my people in St Elizabeth," said Capleton.

Fast-rising deejay QQ, who has scored one of the biggest hits in 2013 with his controversial song titled, One-Drop, is equally excited about performing on the event. The St Elizabeth home boy plans to make his home parish proud of him.

"This is my first time on the show, St Elizabeth is my place. My grandparents are from St Elizabeth. I'm really excited to be on the show to perform for my people. I plan to give them a strong performance. GT Taylor has been doing big things over the years with this show. I know he has worked hard to make it one of the major shows in Jamaica, and I am happy to be a part of it," said QQ.

According to former Rising Stars talent show winner Romain Virgo, he's encouraging the public to give Boom Energy Drink GT Taylor's Christmas Reggae Extravaganza its full support.

"Boom Energy Drink GT Taylor's Christmas Reggae Extravaganza will be a great event. I want to encourage all the people to come out and support the show to the fullest. I want the patrons to watch the whole show and support all the artistes on the line-up. I am going to give them a wonderful show," said Virgo.

Reggae singer Ginjah's hit single titled, Sweet Killer, is currently one of the hottest songs in Jamaica. Armed with an impressive catalogue that also includes other hits such as, Never Lost My Way, Prayer and Music Alone, he is confident that he will deliver an exciting performance at Boom Energy Drink GT Taylor's Christmas Reggae Extravaganza.

"I'm really looking forward to GT's show. When I touch the stage inside Independence Park on Christmas night, I am going to thrill the fans with good reggae music. Trust me, a lot of people are going to be surprised. I just want all the real music lovers to come out on Christmas night and enjoy a great show," said the artiste.

Christmas Extravaganza will be held on Wednesday, December 25 at Independence Park in Black River, St Elizabeth. Gates open at 6 p.m., showtime is 8 p.m. Admission $2,000 and $3,500 VIP.

Boom Energy Drink GT Taylor's Christmas Reggae Extravaganza is sponsored by Boom Energy Drink, Guinness, IRIE FM, On Stage TV, ZIP FM, CVM TV, Dial U Gas, Allen's Texaco, HOT 102 FM, Wata, John Swaby Sound and Lighting, Wards Power Tools and Sealand Foods Intl.

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