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July 30, 2014
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Young acts set to take Smirnoff Dream Live stage

This Emancipation weekend will come alive as Smirnoff in association with Dream Entertainment, will invade the white sandy beaches of Negril for the 10-party, week-long extravaganza, Smirnoff Dream weekend.

Smirnoff Dream Weekend, the extraordinary party series, is known for creating unforgettable and unique experiences that patrons look forward to each year. The experience is expected to be even more memorable with another staging of the Dream Live Concert.

This year, the concert is set to feature some of Jamaica's most talented and popular deejays. Some of the fresh headline acts include, Popcaan, Kalado and Alkaline, who will bring high-energy and lyrical talents to the main stage.

"It's a good feeling to be a part of the Dream Live concert, I have always heard how great these Dream weekend parties are, and I am glad that I got an opportunity to be a part of it," said Alkaline.

Since the start of 2013, Alkaline has recorded songs for top producers such as, UIM Records, Notnice Records, Cahban Records, Almshouse Records, Ward 21, Clive Hunt and others with songs such as Wild Love, Things Me Love and More than a Friend.

"If I will be debuting anything new at this event, is unpredictable, you can never tell, I just go with the flow. I, however, do have two new singles, Queen Dem and How it Feel, which have been doing well," Alkaline added.

Dancehall entertainer Popcaan, 'the raving unruly boss', will also be one of the headline acts on the Dream Live Concert.

"Dream is the best summer party series and I feel great to be a part of it. Patrons can expect hit after hit, songs for the ladies and songs for the thugs," Popcaan said.

Popcaan who started his music career in 2007 is looking forward to performing at the Dream Live Concert for the second time.

"Dream is a good look, in general, for the economy, for the party people that come from all over the world and for spreading the Jamaican culture and music. Everyone should come out and have a good time," Popcaan encourages.

Kalado will also be one of the headline acts on this year's Dream Live concert and stated that he feels enthused by his inclusion in the line-up.

"Patrons can expect a good performance, lots of energy and good music. This will be my first time at the event and I have heard great things about it," Kalado said.

Patrons can gain entry to the Dream live concert at a cost of $2,500, or US$25, free with a season band.

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