Konshens, Dexta Daps To Join Beres Hammond, Shabba Ranks, Elephant Man, Third World, I-Wayne, Queen Ifrica, Edwin Yearwood & More
On February 27th to March 3rd, Love & Harmony Caribbean Cruise will host performances from Reggae & Soca's most world renowned artists. The four-day concert will occur during the round trip voyage from Miami, Florida to Ocho Rios, Jamaica on the Norwegian Pearl cruise liner.
Love & Harmony Caribbean Cruise's four-day concert is produced by Rockers Island Entertainment in association with Best of the Best Entertainment and Massive B. This years performers include: Beres Hammond, Shabba Ranks, and Third World, Queen Ifrica, Wayne Wonder, Tony Curtis, Singing Melody, Elephant Man, I-wayne, Edwin Yearwood and Lurie D. Recently, new school artists Konshens and Dexta Daps were added to the bill.
During the "non-stop party" experience, attendees will be treated to late night dances with deejays: Stone Love Movement. Massive B. Sounds, Bobby Konders & Jabba, and DJ Calli B, Road International, DJ Roy, Ragashanti, and DJ Noah. Other deejays include New York's own Steele Bashment, Glamour Wayne, DJ Fergie & Springer, YGS SOund, KIng Waggy T, Jamusa, King Ferno and DJ Smallie.
The 5-day and 4-night cruise will include most meals onboard and family friendly curated programming. The Norwegian Pearl provides luxury amenities such as their chic bowling alley, dazzling casino, tranquil spa, and spacious Garden Villas.
Promoters of the event are heralding 2017's LOVE & HARMONY CARIBBEAN CRUISE as an absolute once-in-a-lifetime experience. "This one is going to be truly special" according to (Jabba). "We put a lot of effort in making this year's L&HCC, out of this world, and I think we delivered." The event is expected to sell-out as in pervious years.
To find out more information or to book your trip with Love & Harmony Caribbean Cruise visit www.loveandharmonycruise.com or call 1-800-225-8757. Business hour are from 9am to 8pm Eastern standard time Monday through Saturday.
As many of you know one of the key tenets of Reggae In NYC is giving back to the community that has given us so much. This December we headed to Jamaica and connected with Early Childhood Institute at The Church of the Apostles & Prophets. While this building is a church on Sundays, it is a school every other day of the week, that needed our help.
Thanks to the generous donations of our friends, family and reggae fans we were able to bring them over $1,000 in notebooks, pens, pencils, chalk and other basic school supplies to support the young students there. Early childhood education is incredibly important and we are lucky to have so much here in the United States. Each of the teahers at the school volunteers their time without pay and they were very grateful for all that we were able to do. Thanks to everyone who made a donation to make this possible. You can see the smiles on faces in the below photos.
- Reggae In NYC Staff