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Must Do: Fi Wi Sinting Festival | Portland Jamaica | Feb 17, 2013

Posted by on Jan 21, 2013 in Blog, Festivals/Events, Jamaican Culture, Maroons, Portland Jamaica | 0 comments

Must Do: Fi Wi Sinting Festival | Portland Jamaica | Feb 17, 2013

Family Fun at Portland's Fi Wi Sinting Festival The 23rd staging of Fi Wi Sinting, a celebration of Jamaica’s African heritage, will be held on Sunday, February 17, 2013, at Somerset Falls, Hope Bay, Portland from 10AM-8PM. Admission J$800 (about US$9.00), Children J$200 (about US $2.50) and Students with ID J$500 (about US$5.50). The phrase "Fi Wi Sinting" means "It is ours" in Jamaican patois, and represents how Jamaicans embrace and celebrate the food, traditions and customs that followed their ancestors from Africa. Take the entire family and enjoy a fun-filled day of mingling with...

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Don’t miss it! 2011 Portland Jerk Festival | this Sunday, July 3rd | Port Antonio, Jamaica

Posted by on Jul 2, 2011 in Beenie Man, Etana, Festivals/Events, Jamaica Things to Do, Jamaica Travel, Jamaican crafts, Jamaican Culture, Jamaican Food, Jamaican jerk, Jamaican Music, Port Antonio Jamaica, Portland Jamaica, Portland Jerk Festival, Sizzla Kalonji, Terry Linen | 4 comments

How can you really top this - delicious Jamaican jerk and fun family-oriented entertainment - all in one place?? Come savor Jamaica's most famous style of cooking this Sunday, July 3rd, at the 12th Portland Jerk Festival in Port Antonio, Jamaica! This Festival is always a favorite and this year's should be no exception. As usual, the Festival expects a bumper crop of locals from all over the island as well as tourists to make the annual trip to Portland to enjoy the creations of Jamaica's popular chefs. The event always features more than 25 authentic jerk vendors from Portland, the "Home of...

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Wha’ gwaan in Jamaica? Updated Event Calendars!

Posted by on Jan 29, 2011 in Festivals/Events, Jamaican Culture, Jamaican Food, Jamaican Music, Reggae & Africa, Reggae & Canada, Reggae & UK, Reggae & US | 0 comments

WOW :wow: :love: - there are so many HOT reggae artistes performing worldwide in the next few months - Gyptian, I-Octane, Mavado, Protoje, Jah Vinci & Popcaan, Jah Cure, Etana, Lady Saw, Lutan Fyah, Richie Spice, Anthony B, Barrington Levy, The Wailers, Pablo Moses, Lee "Scratch" Perry, Turbulence, Warrior King, SOJA, Rebelution, Freddie McGregor, Marcia Griffiths, Junior Reid, Michael Rose, and many, MANY more!! Check out our "Int'l Calendar of Events" page to find your favorites!! We spent days and days updating all the fabulous events and upcoming festivals around the world. And we...

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Fullyloaded summer party today at Port Royal’s Old Coal Wharf!

Posted by on Aug 6, 2010 in Blog, Festivals/Events, Jamaica Travel, Jamaican Music, Kingston Jamaica | 0 comments

Tickets for the event are reasonably priced at $1000 pre-sold $1200 at the gate while V.I.P tickets range from $2500 to $3000 at the gate. For those looking to purchase their tickets early they can do so at Total Gas Station in Liguanea, Harbour View, Boulevard and Ocho Rios, LG Service Station, General Food Supermarket, Music Mart in Twin Gate Plaza and the Morgans Harbour Hotel. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Countdown to Fullyloaded at Port Royal's Old Coal Wharf Tuesday, August 03, 2010 With less than a week to go before the 2010 staging of the premium summer party, Fullyloaded, organisers of the event are...

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Big Emancipation Jubilee! | Tomorrow at Seville Heritage Park | Etana, George Nooks, etc

Posted by on Jul 30, 2010 in Blog, Festivals/Events, Jamaica Travel, Jamaican Culture, Jamaican Music, Seville Emancipation Jubilee, St. Ann Jamaica | 0 comments

Celebrate the emancipation of African slaves at what will hopefully become one of Jamaica's UNESCO World Heritage sites! The Emancipation Jubilee at Seville Heritage Park is a fun and educational family affair; admission is $1,000 for adults and $400 for children (US visitors: $15 for adults, $5 for children). Gates open at 6 p.m. and activities continue into the morning, including the reading of the Emancipation Proclamation at midnight. The JNHT has created a simulated African village at the entrance; you will progress through the arrival of the Europeans and the "Gates of No Return" to a...

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