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Curefest Moves To Trelawny And Montego Bay – October 12 –14, 2007

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Kingston, Jamaica: – Due to the overwhelming response for Curefest since Jah Cure’s release, the promoters have decided to move the 3-day event to 3 separate locations to enhance the individual experience of each night, include Jah Cure’s hometown and to facilitate the crowd expected to attend Longing For. Curefest, the 3-day event celebrating Jah Cure’s freedom presented by Danger Promotions, Iyah Cure Promotions and Brass Gate Promotions, due for Friday, October 12 – Sunday, October 14, will now be held at 3 venues: Starfish Trelawny, Pier 1 and Trelawny Multi Purpose Stadium

Friday October 12, Reflection, an all-inclusive, all-white tribute dinner event hosted by Jah Cure will be held at the all-inclusive Starfish Trelawny Hotel while Saturday October 13, “45 Cure’s will be held in Jah Cure’s home town, Montego Bay at Pier 1. The main event, Longing For, on Sunday October 14, will be held at the new Trelawny Multi Purpose Stadium.

“We needed to find venues that could accommodate the fans expected to turn out for Curefest. We believe that these 3 venues are well suited for the 3 different types of events that make Curefest. As a bonus, Curefest will be the first concert to be held at the Trelawny Multi Purpose Stadium since the opening of World Cup Cricket. ” Commented Delmar Drummond of Danger Promotions.

Fans can call 1-888-Jah-Cure to get updates or visit www.longingforconcert.com to purchase tickets.

Danger Promotions, Iyah Cure Promotions and Brass Gate Promotions teamed up to present this 3-day event focusing on the work and music of Jah Cure. Curefest marks Jah Cure’s first full length performance in Jamaica in 8 years and is now set for October 12 – 14, 2007 at Starfish Trelawny, Pier 1 and Trelawny Multi Purpose Stadium.

For further info:

Alison Young
Entertainment Publicist
Mobile: (876) 365-3734
VOIP: (954) 642-0618

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