Mr. Vegas Closes Belgian Festival in Fine Style

Dancehall artiste Mr. Vegas has done more than seven weeks of an extensive and extremely successful US and European tour.

(Kingston, Jamaica) — Dancehall artiste Mr. Vegas has done more than seven weeks of an extensive and extremely successful US and European tour. This week, he prepares to wrap up the final one week stretch of the European tour and return to the island.

A few days ago he performed at the Dour Festival, Belgium, where he alongside his backup singers and dancer, Boricia, gave fans a touchdown performance.


The Dour Festival which attracts more than 160,000 persons over the festival’s four days and features Electro, Rock, R&B and Punk artistes includiing: Frank Shinobi, Crown City Rockers, Driving Dead Girl and others, has requested Mr. Vegas for two consecutive years. This is quite an achievement: not many reggae stars get the opportunity, let alone, twice.

This year, the artiste who is known for his extensive catalogue of songs including Heads High, Nike Air, Hot Wuk, I Am Blessed, and more was asked to close the international reggae segment of the festival. In fact, after his phenomenal performance, also featuring the ‘Jamaican Michael Jackson’, Mr. Vegas was asked to return to the stage three times.

The tour hits Germany for this, it’s final week.

Source: Blueprint Publicity & Promotions

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