It was a ‘big deal’ as fans danced the night away to the sounds of Junior Kelly and Christopher Martin, the Jamaican artists had the very appreciative fans singing along to old favourites and teasing them with new releases. A brief shower and technical difficulties did not stop the celebrations.
Alison Sly- Adams, President and Commercial Director, ” I want to thank the fans for their incredible patience and understanding when the show was halted due to technical issues. Our production staff worked really hard to get it resolved as quickly as possible and once a solution was executed, the fans were treated to an incredible show by two amazing performers.”
The 10th edition of Reggae in the Park got off to a tremendous start with host Ibis hyping up the audience along with DJ Illist, followed by a cameo by Baja Jedd and a crowd pleasing set by Black Gold and LCD .
Junior Kelly and Christopher Martin both spoke of the incredible energy and love they received from the audience and both call Antigua and Barbuda ‘Home’.
Sly-Adams: “Our tenth Reggae in the Park was truly a memorable occasion. Over the last 10 years we estimate 30,000 people have enjoyed the Reggae in the Park Experience. I want to thank our sponsors, partners, artists, and a special mention must be given of the police and private security for ensuring that we had a trouble free evening and for the entire National Parks team for the days of preparation that went into the show.’
Antigua Sailing Week 2019 races resume on Thursday, May 02 with the KPMG Youth To Keel Race Day and ends on Friday, May 03 with the Antigua and Barbuda Tourism Race Day.