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The popular Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival is celebrating its 19th year, and the festival will be held at the Trelawny Stadium in Falmouth, Jamaica.
One of the reasons this festival has continued to draw over 20 thousand music lovers from around the globe is the diversity of music entertainment.
There is something for every music lover including Jazz, R&B, Blues, Pop, Latin, Reggae, Soca, and much more!
Take a look at the past performers, and you will see the wide range of various musical forms:
Toni Braxton, Chrisette Michele, Aaron Neville, Celine Dione, Diana Ross, Lionel Richie, Air Supply, Norah Jones, Hall & Oates, Maroon 5, Natalie Cole, Billy Ocean, Chaka Khan, Mary J Blige, Kenny Rogers, Anita Baker, John Legend, Alicia Keys, Julio Iglesias, Robin Thicke, Babyface, Joss Stone, Shaggy, Maxi Priest, Harry Belafonte, Gladys Knight, Kenny G, Byron Lee and the Dragonaires, Kool and the Gang, Chaka Khan, Eric Benet, Al Jarreau, Estelle, George Benson, Smokey Robinson, Earth, Wind & Fire, Jill Scott, and Brian McKnight.
This year's headliner will be Mariah Carey performing on January 30th along with Richie Stephens and Morgan Heritage.
On January 31st SOJA (Soldiers of Jah Army), an eight-member American reggae and dub band takes the stage along with The Pointer Sisters, Magic, Peter Cetera and Charlie Wilson.
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The venue Trelawny Stadium offers stunning views of Jamaica's coastline.
The stadium has comfortable amenities and plenty of room to relax, dance, and enjoy the entertainment. Another plus is excellent security and parking facilities.
Visit the site for ticket info http://jamaicajazzandblues.com/