Giants Of UK Reggae on Saturday 10th September 2022
JBM Music is proud to present the ultimate reggae event, taking place in the heart of London, England this Summer, at the incredible O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire. A true feel-good celebration led by the sounds of a variety of reggae’s most legendary artists, ‘Giants of UK Reggae’ places firm emphasis on a care-free evening of unmatched reggae beats, celebrating all things Jamaican and care-free, but with a British twist.
Bringing a truly stellar line-up from everybody’s favorite genre, the event will see Lewisham-born vocalist Maxi Priest airing his unique ‘reggae fusion’ sound to the crowd at the medieval setting, owned by the Duchy of Lancaster. Widely acclaimed as a pioneer of his R&B/reggae mix, Maxi is best known for tracks such as ‘Close To You’, which has racked up almost 20 million Spotify streams to date. We welcome reggae-lovers for a truly innovative day of dancing, and Caribbean vibes.
Joining the Londoner is chart-topping collective, Aswad. Made up of Tony Robinson and Angus Gaye, the duo have scored UK number #1 singles in both the 80s and 90s, and will delight attendees to the amazing London venue.
The line-up for the party is rounded off by Dawn Penn, the legendary songstress who scored worldwide success with her 1994 anthem ‘You Don’t Love Me (No No No)’. Beginning her career as early as 1966, Dawn has truly earned her stellar reputation as a giant of UK reggae, with fans of the genre buzzing with excitement at the arrival of a true musical legend.
With this one sure to sell out in record time, tickets for the biggest reggae party of the year are seriously HOT tickets! Grab yours ASAP to avoid disappointment and join us in September for a mesmeric evening of action in the iconic Shepherd’s Bush O2 Empire, as reggae lovers gather in one of the capitals most iconic venues for a truly once-in-a-lifetime evening of action!
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