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Half Way Tree Live

Half Way Tree Live

Half Way Tree Live

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King Stur Gav Sound System at Half Way Tree Live on Wednesday with Ken Boothe, U-Roy, Queen Ifrica, Tony Rebel, Generel Trees, Beres Hammond and more.

Wednesday 15th December saw the first staging of Half Way Tree Live which was held at Mandela Park in the centre of Half Way Tree.

Each theme night the event showcased the different upcoming talents in our music, arts and entertainment. Comedy night saw Lovindeer telling stories to the young children and a host of comedian doing their 15 minutes stint.

The event including upcoming young talent from the Edna Manley School of Arts and even a rock band paying popular reggae hits. Vintage night pulled the most crowd as it featured the likes of Ken Boothe, General Trees, Little Twitch and U Roy’s sound system, Stur Gav Sound selecting some classic hits. 

Among the surprise acts that had the audience fully entertained were Queen Ifrica, Tony Rebel, veteran DJ Ranking Trevor and Dennis Alcapone who was visiting from the UK.

The crowd which included a large contingent of Brazilians students were well entertained. The next staging of Half Way Tree Live is scheduled for March 2011.


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Posted by Gabriel from Brazil on 12.22.2010
hello, thank you for mentioning us, the brasilians! it was a great event! we love Jamaica!

Posted by Tariel Morris on 07.16.2011
Man is just a man.

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