Island Jamz Spectacular
. Historic Virginia Key Beach Park , Miami [All ages]
Island Jamz Spectacular is a Reggae / Island themed concert, movie and entertainment experience drawing music, food, culture and inspiration from our Caribbean neighbors. Featuring the one and only Ky-mani Marley, and a host of talented artists, DJ's and performers, the event will take place at Historic Virginia Key Beach Park on Saturday April 24th, 2021.
The outdoor concert atmosphere will allow visitors an excellent opportunity to relax and hear good music and gain some positive emotions. And trust us, you don't want to miss out on our dope artists!
This event will be fun and safe for all guests. Attendees will enjoy this special event from their individual physically distant "outdoor pods" which allow room for up to 8 guests per party.
Each "pod ticket purchase" includes admission for up to 8 guests. All CDC Rules & Regulations must be Followed. Masks must be worn at all times.
Ky-mani is an East African term meaning adventurous traveler, and as a man living up to his name, each album or travel, is an adventure. Born to the legendary Robert Nesta Marley and Jamaican table tennis champion, Anita Belnavis, in Falmouth, Jamaica, Ky-mani is definitely a star in his own right. The sound of Ky-mani's voice returns you to a very familiar place. Taking you to a new generation of a past reggae explosion, his message remains the same, "one love, one aim, one destiny".
Recording artist Don Yute has had quite an illustrious career. Since breaking on to the music scene in the '90s, the entertainer has worked with the likes of international superstars Pitbull, Trina, and Trick Daddy. Don Yute, who was born in Port Antonio, Portland, 46 years ago, is known for the songs Yuh Own Di Man and Loving Excess, done with Wayne Wonder. He also a strong working relationship with Akon.
Chart topping singer / songwriter hailing from St. Andrew, Jamaica. His styles range from reggae to calypso to disco. This hitmaker was awarded the 2004 LIVING LEGEND award at Kings House in Jamaica.
Eric “Monty” Morris
The legendary Ska singer was the one time reigning king of Number 1 hits in Jamaica during the 1960’s and early 70’s, popularizing such songs as — Sammy Dead Oh, Humpty Dumpty, Oil in My Lamp, Wings of a Dove, Say What You Say, and many others. Today, Monty’s successful recording history as hit maker is resonating ― a resurgence rooted among reggae lovers, drawing curious audiences around the world.
Poet/spoken word artist and Florida native. She made her official entrance into the poetry community back in 2012 at Black on Black Rhymes in Tampa Florida where she recited her very first spoken word poem. Since then she has graced over a 200 different stages at multiple venues. She has been called an enigma on the local scene as she is a devoted single mother of two beautiful daughters that she calls her "reasons".
Shaggie Williams has been singing, and performing since early childhood. Raised into a Rastafarian village in Westmoreland, Jamaica, he was reared in a tradition of spiritual chanting, and musical prayer. The tribulation of life's challenges were balanced by thankfulness, and awareness of spirit. Ras Shaggie, and Ras Gilly Dread got together in the fall of 2019 to record his new songs titled "Global War'ming," and a cover of the R&B group The Ojay's song titled "Back Stabber" on music tracks performed by some of the top vintage reggae musicians out of Jamaica.
Hailing from Venezuela and Jamaica respectively, flautist, reedist, composer and prod Jorge Guzman and vocalist, songwriter and flautist Stephanie Mair combine their souls and talents to create the singular poly-ethnic/urban/Mystic sound of AMEREIDA
Other featured artists* include Pablove Black, DJ's Dutty Dex and Silent Addy, Essentrix, Metrix International Sound, Menny More, DWHAS Band, Ricky Williams and Friends. Plus, surprise guest artists! Hosted by Sir Rockwell.
*Artist lineup subject to change
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