Montego Bay, Jamaica (Dec 2, 2014) – Tickets are now on sale online for the 2015 Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival.
Scheduled for January 29 – 31 at the Trelawny Stadium, the Festival one of the most anticipated event on the Caribbean's music calendar, and delivers a world class production each year.
The 2015 staging is headlined by global superstar, Mariah Carey
who performs on Friday January 30. Also appearing will be Charlie Wilson on Saturday January 31, international reggae band SOJA, and MAGIC!
For general admission tickets
, the price is US$80 for Thursday and Saturday, whilst Friday night is US$120.
General admission weekend passes
are available for US$190 which allows entry on Friday and Saturday nights while the general season pass for all three nights is only US$270.
Single night VIP passes costs
US$120 for Thursday and Saturday with Friday is priced at US $220
VIP weekend passes are being sold for US$330 with VIP season passes on sale for US$450.
Like last year, parking passes are on sale to VIP
weekend and season ticket holders only at a cost of US$20.
For fans of the Festival and the artistes already booked, tickets can be purchased online
. For those who prefer to buy tickets from an outlet, these will go on sale Dec 8 at Bill Express locations islandwide. Patrons are advised to only buy tickets through the JAMAICA Jazz & Blues Festival website or from approved ticket outlets.
A fantastic show is in the works for 2015
and fans can expect to be treated to three nights of amazing
For Festival information visit www.jamaicajazzandblues.com
For sponsorship information, contact email@example.com
Get the latest updates via Jamaica Jazz & Blues Facebook’s page
About the Festival
- The Jamaica Jazz & Blues Festival is the Caribbean’s Premier Music Festival
and one of the most anticipated events on Jamaica’s entertainment calendar.
- 2015 will be
its 19th year.
- Featured in two (2) HBO documentary specials:
One Love-Jamaica Jazz and Blues 2011 and Where the Music is Always Alive - Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival 2012, which was aired to over 300 million viewers in over 23 countries in the Caribbean and Latin America.
- The Festival welcomes over 25,000 patrons
each year, including over 6000 visitors to the island of Jamaica.
- The Festival is usually held the last weekend in January
and encompasses a range of music genres including Jazz, R&B, Blues, Pop, Latin, Reggae, Soca, and various types of musical fusions.
- Past performers include:
Celine Dion, Lionel Richie, Diana Ross, Gladys Knight, Air Supply, Norah Jones, Hall & Oates, Maroon 5, Natalie Cole, Kenny Rogers, Anita Baker, John Legend, Alicia Keys, Maxi Priest, Babyface, Joss Stone, Monty Alexander, Billy Ocean, Chaka Khan, Mary J Blige, Dionne Warwick, Estelle, George Benson, Smokey Robinson, Earth, Wind & Fire, Jill Scott, Brian McKnight, Julio Iglesias, Robin Thicke, among others.
- 2012 – headliner was Celine Dion for her first performance
in the Caribbean and on a festival stage.