Jamaica Jazz & Blues Festival

Location: The Greenfield Stadium, Trelawny, Jamaica
Date: Thursday January 27th – Saturday January 29th 2011
Description: Jamaica Jazz & Blues Festival
Performance By: Ron Isley, Dianna King, Maroon 5, Regina Belle, Tavares, Natalie Cole, Air Supply, and many more
Ticket Outlets: Montego Bay – Fairview Texaco, Best Care Pharmacy, El Paso Records, Fontana Pharmacy, Jamaica Jazz and Blues Office, Half Moon. Kingston – RJR Ticket Express, Acropolis Gaming Lounge, Jamaica Pegasus, LG Service Centre. Portmore – Acropolis Gaming Lounge. Ocho Rios – Gifts Galore Docucentre, Reggae Yard, Island Village. Falmouth – Best Care Pharmacy. Mandeville – Fontana Pharmacy. Savanna la Mar – Fontana Pharmacy

Thursday Night PerformancesBy: Ron Isley, Dianna King, Brenda Russel, Allison Hinds, Phil Perry, Paul Peress.
Admission: Silver US$80, Gold US$110, Platinum US$160.

Friday Night Performances By: Maroon 5, Regina Belle, Tavares, SWV, Richie Stevens.
Admission: Silver US$85, Gold US$120, Platinum US$170.

Saturday Night Performances By: Natalie Cole, Air Supply, Laura Izibor, Committed, Silver Birds steel Orchestra.
Admission: Silver US$85, Gold US$120, Platinum US$180.

Weekend (Fri & Sat) Tickets: Silver US$170, Gold US$240, Platinum US$340.

Season Tickets (Thu-Sat):
Silver S$250, Gold US$350, Platinum US$500

JAMAICA Jazz and Blues Festival 2011

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