After outstanding performances at the recently held Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival at the Greenfield Stadium in Trelawny, the undisputed Reggae Queen Marcia Griffiths and King Yellowman are ready to wow South Florida fans at the Vintage Reggae Winter Music Festival, scheduled for Sunday, February 19, at Miramar Regional Park.
The golden voiced and energetic Griffiths had the crowd engaged throughout her performance as she went through her catalogue of hit songs which included “I Shall Sing” and “Feel Like Jumping.” Veteran deejay, Yellowman gave a majestic performance holding the cheering audience spell bound during an electrifying performance which lasted for about half hour. In between deliveries such as “Blue Berry Hill,” “I am Getting Married” and “Mr. Chin”, the deejay was hilarious in his interaction with the patrons whom he had in stitches.
In anticipation of even more energized performances at the Vintage Reggae Winter Music Festival, patrons are briskly purchasing tickets to get a taste of the nostalgic excitement. With performers such as Freddie McGregor, Leroy Sibbles, Charlie Chaplin, Professor Nuts, Little John and Mical Rustle joining the King and Queen on stage, the show is sure to be a memorable hit!
Tickets can be purchased at selected outlets in Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties and online at AboveAverageEntertainment.net. Promoters of the event, Above Average Entertainment and Pool Players Passion, are making every effort to ensure that the inaugural staging of the Vintage Reggae Winter Fest delivers a memorable and enjoyable experience for patrons at each stage of the event. Every detail, from purchasing tickets, entry to the park and special hospitality service areas at the venue are getting extraordinary attention that will set the event apart from other reggae festivals.