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Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Hall and Oates to perform at 2010 Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival

Link to the Festival Website:



Tickets will be available online and this website will announce when this feature is ready. Tickets will also be available through various tour operators who will sell inclusive packages for the festival

In Jamaica, tickets can be purchased in person at our Jamaica Jazz and Blues Office at Shop #16 Half Moon Shopping Village, Rose Hall, Montego Bay. In addition there are various outlets which will be announced soon. Box office hours will vary so check each location for information. Cash accepted in all locations. Some locations will accept all major credit cards.

Stay tuned to this website as more ticket outlets are added


2010 Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival
27 October 2009 | By admin in Events
The 2010 Jamaica Jazz & Blues Festival will be held Jan. 24-30 in Montego Bay, and feature top talent, including Jennifer Hudson and Maxi Priest. Others performing will be Mr. Billy Ocean; Hall and Oates; Third World; Mr. Monty Alexander; soul sensations Tamia, Deborah Cox and Kelly Price; a Jazz band from Poland; and dance hall reggae artiste, Ms. Marion Hall, popularly known as ‘Lady Saw’.

Mr. Walter Elmore of Turnkey Productions there explained that there will be performances at different hotels in and around Montego Bay. Some of the performers during this time will include Mr. John Secada, Mr. Priest, Mr. Roy Ayers, Mr. Joe Roy Jackson, Mr. Robin Banks and Mr. Richie Stephens. “We will bring the artiste to each venue where the audience is staying, so that way we create a hype and excitement in Montego Bay for the week,” said Mr. Elmore. “We will give our visitors one whole week of entertainment.” During the days, there will be events to accommodate cruise ship passengers.

The official airline sponsor, Air Jamaica, has been linked with Jamaica Jazz and Blues from its inception in 1996. Area Sales Manager, Ms. Norma Sale, looks at the festival as enlarging visitors enjoyment of the islands. “Our visitors yearn for experiences, as it is no longer just going someplace for a couple of days for the sun and beach. They need entertainment also. What the Jazz and Blues Festival has been able to deliver is one more compelling reason for our friends to visit the island,” she said.

Make your plans to enjoy our Jazz Festival and experience Jamaica. Stop by our Coldwell Banker office to discuss real estate opportunities while you are here.

Stay tuned for more details as Kerri and I get them in!


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