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Ky-Mani Marley to headline first leg of BVI Spring Fest 2019

International actor and entertainer, Ky-Mani Marley will be making the stop on his 4-day Caribbean tour to grace the patrons of the BVI with his hits, and classic songs from his father, the legendary Bob Marley. Photo: Internet Source
According to a release from the organizers, “Also performing will be VI artist Pressure, who is well known on the international stage for his hits like love and affection and Virgin Islands nice. A selection of local talent includes Sistah Joyce, Iritical, and Iknalidge backed by the Alliance Band. Music will be provided by selecta Taz and the event will be hosted by Dj Dre.” Photo: Provided
According to a release from the organizers, “Also performing will be VI artist Pressure, who is well known on the international stage for his hits like love and affection and Virgin Islands nice. A selection of local talent includes Sistah Joyce, Iritical, and Iknalidge backed by the Alliance Band. Music will be provided by selecta Taz and the event will be hosted by Dj Dre.” Photo: Provided
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI - On Thursday, February 21, 2019, BVI Spring Fest will be celebrating five years of music on the beach. The event, titled, "Reggae on the beach" will be a full reggae show with great entertainment.

International actor and entertainer, Ky-Mani Marley will be making the stop on his 4-day Caribbean tour to grace the patrons of the BVI with his hits, and classic songs from his father, the legendary Bob Marley.

Packed with Local Performances

According to a release from the organizers, “Also performing will be VI artist Pressure, who is well known on the international stage for his hits like love and affection and Virgin Islands nice. A selection of local talent includes Sistah Joyce, Iritical, and Iknalidge backed by the Alliance Band. Music will be provided by selecta Taz and the event will be hosted by Dj Dre.”

BVI Spring Fest has been providing patrons with a great selection of artists since 2015. The well known Cane Garden Bay (GCB) beach has been home to this event and this year will be no exception.

“When offered the opportunity to have a Marley perform in the Virgin Islands we could not help but grab it. The event is an evening event that begins at sunset, the ambience will be great the artists are excited to get on stage so we expect first class performances on our beautiful white sands,” the release says.

Meet & Greet Scheduled

Ky-Mani will arrive on Tortola today, Wednesday, February 20, 2019, and will be at the official launch tonight at Pussers at Myetts, CGB. This will be his first meet and greet. The second will be at Flow flagship store in Road Town, tomorrow February 21, 2019, at 2:30pm. Prior to that, he will be on air at ZBVI for an interview at 2:30pm.

Tickets can be purchased at Mr Nice Guy in Virgin Gorda and Hazems Beauty Supplies on Tortola. Tickets are priced at $40 and VIP tickets are also available. Partial proceeds will go towards a book scholarships for High School graduates.

The event is sponsored by Pussers at Myetts, KDLdesigns, Travel Wize LTD, Hon. Melvin Turnbull, Diamond Construction, Virgin Luxury Group and Sensation Ferries.

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