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On February 22 and 23 the hills of Holywell will come alive when Bombrush Records and the Jamaica Conservation and Development Trust (JCDT) host the inaugural Blue Mountain Music Festival. The festival boasts a hybrid of music, culture and outdoor adventure, set against the panoramic landscape of the Blue and John Crow Mountains National Park.

The Blue Mountain Music Festival, an official Reggae Month event, will feature two days of performances, yoga, hiking, camping and an array of entertainment for the entire family. At last night’s media launch, Roshaun Clarke, Executive Producer of the event promised an experience synonymous with the acclaimed Woodstock Festival. During his presentation at the launch, Minister Damion Crawford extended gratitude and congratulations to the festival organizers for creating a premium event that will lure visitors who want to experience more than “sand and sea.”

Festival Schedule On Saturday, February 22, gates open at 2 pm. The Reggae Party begins at 7 pm, featuring the legendary Third World band, Tanya Stephens, Chronixx and Kabaka Pyramid, among others. On Sunday, February 23, gates re-open at 11 am and the Misty Bliss concert starts at 2 pm, featuring T.O.K., Nomaddz, Ity and Fancy Cat, Kelissa and Jesse Royal. Sharing his vision for the Blue Mountain Music Festival, Clarke sees the event evolving to become “one of the premiere music festivals in Jamaica and the Caribbean
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