As the producer of some of the biggest Urban and Caribbean events in the North America, including but not limited to VP Records 25th Anniversary Concert & Events, and as the creator of Reggae Carifest, Jammins Entertainment will do it once again on Sunday July 4th, 2010 as they present The 3rd Annual Brooklyn Music Festival at Aviator Complex – Floyd Bennett Field. Hosted by Power 105.1FM’s own “Power Boyz” DJ Norie and DJ Self, this year the festival will be headlined by B.O.B performing smash hits “Nothing on You” and “Airplanes”, along with Fabulous, Shaggy, Lady Saw, Ricky Blaze, Daville, Assasin, Tanya Stephens, Ding Dong, Marcia Griffiths, Tony Matterhorn, Natural Black, D’Angel, Yellowman, Barrington Levy, Gregory Isaacs and more.
Headed by George Crooks, the legendary concert and event producer, who founded Jammins Entertainment in an effort to “Celebrate Life Through Music”, this extremely successful annual concert series will celebrate its return at an exclusive invite only Press Party on Wednesday, June 23rd, 2010 from 6-10pm at LaPomme nightclub in New York City. “Music has always been a way for the people to celebrate life, no matter how hard or trying the times have been,” says George. “Jammins Entertainment has made an effort to provide the people with quality events that the people can look forward to and celebrate the true essence of what it means to be from the Urban community.”
On Sunday, July 4th, 2010, Jammins Entertainment will shut down Brooklyn to “Celebrate Life through Music”. To be held at Aviator Sports & Recreation Floyd Bennett Field in the heart of Brooklyn, this event, held in a location with over 20,000 sq. ft and a capacity of 5,000+ patrons, will surely provide unique promotional and informational opportunities for business and media entities alike. Tickets are currently on sale, $59 dollars General Admission, $100 VIP admission, and children under 12 are FREE with unlimited space for FREE PARKING.