Best of the Best is returning for the 15th annual concert after last year’s celebration was canceled in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Koffee, Spice, Lady G, Tanya Stephens, Tarrus Riley, Ding Dong, Tee Jay, Bunji Garlin, and more.
The event’s producers hosted an intimate launch at Racket-Wynwood where BOTB performer, Jo Mersa Marley attended. “Growing up I always saw Best of the Best concert, posters and promotions, the artists performing on the big stage, well now I am on that Best of the Best stage. Come out Sunday Oct. 10th mek we blaze a fire and full joy” said Jo Mersa Marley.
Also, in attendance was one of this year’s returning sponsors Jamaica Tourist Board (JTB) represented by Mr. Christopher Wright, Business Development Manager, who kicked off the night with the now staple slogan We’re Back. “We’re Back, and ready to enjoy good reggae and soca music, there is nothing like a good Caribbean concert and most of all we can’t forget the food. Congratulations to the Best of the Best team and we are happy to be a part of this great music fest again this year.”
As the conversation continued Consul General of Jamaica Mr. Oliver Mair, also congratulated the organizers, and applauded their efforts to make sure this is a safe and responsible festival, amid the ever-changing world we are living in today. “We applaud the organizers of Best of the Best, for entertaining responsibly. Inside the park on Sunday Oct. 10th there will be vaccination opportunity for the patrons attending this year staging as well as sanitize stations.”
Best of the Best is going down on Saturday, October 10th and tickets can be purchased here.