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Rebel Salute 2011 Launch

Rebel Salute 2011 Launch

Rebel Salute 2011 Launch

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Tony Rebel annual festival was launched on Thursday 30 December.

Rebel Salute 2011 Launch was recently held at the Wyndham Kingston Hotel. Over the years this annual event has come to be known as one of the must events on the entertainment calendar.

Starting out in Mandeville, Manchester, the event which is now held at the Kaiser Sports Club, St. Elizabeth is known for providing quality reggae music, unearthing new talent and showcasing some of the artiste who have made significant contributions to Jamaica’s reggae music industry.

Rebel Salute 2011

This year seems to be no different as the event is scheduled to have over fifty artistes performing. Among the top acts scheduled to perform are Beres Hammond, Tarrus Riley, Carl Dawkins, Movado, Jack Radics, Toots & The Maytals, Dennis Alcapone, Loner Ranger, Little John and many more.

The event is scheduled to take place Saturday, January 15th.

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Posted by witheld on 01.14.2011
Forget about no meat and no alcohol. What about the stockies posing as conscious people who will be flooding the joint. Nick name Rebel Salute stocky salute. First hand inside info on that truth. Is the they lyrics dont mean nothing if ur robbing and abusing people in name of wanting to be seen as a someone before u can even sing.
Canthe Pepsi to.

Posted by j on 01.14.2011
What a hypocritical event. It is billed as promoting a healthy lifestyle, yet Pepsi has done more to damage the health of society, with their fat, Sugar, and tortured flesh (they owned and operated KFC until it split and became YUM brands, a subsidiary of Pepsico) Most rastafari Reggae artists are FRAUDS... A bunch of money worshippers begging to be let in to the very society that they 'burn'.

Posted by roger rebel on 03.21.2011
This year we are going to burn Pepsi and promote our very own African drink. In Zimbabwe we call it Maheu. This product is good I tell you. But the capitalists took it and packaged it thier own way and it has lost its appearl.

Posted by ragaga on 03.21.2011
Imagine people bringing their intoxicating sfuff to the event. oh wht a crisis to be asscociated with rasta. Rasta is here to promote ganja, salt and water. The 3 of them are afordable and should be included on our basic diet. So its weed, salt and water that we promote

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