Jamaica Jamaica Events

February has been declared Reggae Month, and Jamaica is home to some of the world's most influential and influential artists, including Bob Marley and Bob Dylan. We welcome our fans from all over the world to celebrate Bob Marly Week in early February. It opens with a special celebration of Jamaican history, culture, music and culture. From February 2 to 6, there will be a series of special events and events for fans of all ages and backgrounds from all over the world.

We look forward to concerts for Bob Marley's birthday in February and a festival that focuses on all Jamaican music styles. There are concerts with the best of Jamaican music and of course there is an event with good Jamaican food. The reggae-filled air, music and food are just some of the things to look forward to at this festival. It is on par with international food festivals and a great opportunity to celebrate everything Jamaica has to offer, from music to food to culture.

This is a poignantly Jamaican event for families who want to immerse themselves in their own culture, music, food and atmosphere. Jamaica has a rich cultural history and you can learn more in this fun and welcoming environment.

One of the highlights of the Jamaican calendar are the dazzling parades of costumed revellers dancing in the streets of New York City in mid-February. The carnival lasts until April and is an annual celebration with live reggae performances, dancing, music, food and exploding colors.

If you have plenty of time to travel to Jamaica, you can also enjoy the Jazz Festival and festivities in Montego Bay in July. The music festival includes live performances by some of the world's best jazz and reggae artists, as well as a variety of other music acts. In the summer months, concerts are also held in the city of St. John, Jamaica's capital. Reggae music lovers should plan a visit to Montego Bay in July to attend the never-ending beach party that is Reggae Sumfest.

Groups interested in the sport can find a variety of venues in Montego Bay, including the St. John's International Horse Show and Show Jumping Festival. Show jumping and dressage courses are also offered at a number of local equestrian facilities and at some of the country's largest horse shows and events.

It's Reggae Month and for the rest of the week reggae fans can enjoy a variety of other Bob Marley-related activities, such as concerts, dance parties and other events.

If you are interested in events taking place during your stay on the island of Jamaica, here is a list of events that may interest you this year. During our stay in Jamaica we will look at some events that might be worth visiting. For more information on special events, please see below or contact the Jamaica Tourist Board at (tel.

This article contains a calendar of events for each month in Jamaica, but since Easter falls on April, there are many activities when you are on holiday there at this time. Easter Monday is a holiday in Jamaica, and therefore there will be many events during the holidays. The festivities usually start in the last week of July and continue until the time known as the Jamaica Festival.

Whether you're snorkeling in the pristine waters of Montego Bay, hiking through lush tropical forests, or exploring the colonial history and architecture of Kingston, take time to make the most of Jamaican year - this time of year is celebrated. Experience the holidays by visiting Jamaica during the holiday season to cultivate traditional customs with a Jamaican flair in the major Jamaican cities, which include events such as the annual Jamaica Festival, Jamaica Day and Jamaica Carnival. Then choose a particularly concentrated feast in one of the country's most popular tourist attractions, such as the Royal Jamaica Museum or the National Museum.

Jamaica's calendar of events is full of food festivals and celebrations of culinary art, and you will be delighted to see a great treat. If you want to experience some of the best food and drink events in the nation's capital, the Jamaica Food and Drink Festival in Kingston is the place to be.

This event is held annually in January in Ocho Rios and was initiated by reggae artist Tony Rebel. This great open air concert, called the Music Festival, features some of the greatest Jamaican reggae and dancehall artists in Montego Bay each summer.

The annual Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival features dozens of local and international acts performing over three days. The Jamaican Commission for Cultural Development is organising a number of events focusing on traditional Jamaicans, songs, dance and art. One of the highlights is the opening of the Jamaica exhibition, which will open on 2 February 2020 and end on 28 June 2020, and will be presented by the Jamaican National Museum (JCDC) and the Jamaican Museum and Cultural Centre (MJMC). The themes of the exhibition were developed in collaboration with the International Centre for Contemporary Art (ICAC) in New York City. For more information, visit jcdc.gov and jm.org. Images by Getty Images, images courtesy of JcdC.

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