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Kingston Jamaica: Nine beautiful and talented ladies were sashed at the recently held Mayoral Reception and Sashing Ceremony of the Miss Kingston & St. Andrew Festival Queen Competition at the Ranny Williams Entertainment Centre.

Kingston, Jamaica:  The top ten performers of the 2018 Jamaica Festival Song Competition will hit the road running come Friday, June 1, a date which marks the beginning of a month-long, cross-island display of their performance skills – the 2018 Festival Song Road Show.

Kingston, Jamaica: The journey towards crowning the 2018 Miss Jamaica Festival Queen heats up as parish level coronations, begin this Sunday, May 27.

Kingston, Jamaica:  The finalists in the 2018 Jamaica Festival Song Competition are in high spirits and full preparation mode, as they power along the journey to the Grand National Finals in July.

Kingston, Jamaica: The top three winners of the Jamaica Visual Arts Competition’s coveted 2017 Jury Prize will see their works exhibited at the Jamaica Conference Centre, Port Royal Street, Kingston, from May 21 to May 31.

Kingston Jamaica: Nine beautiful and talented ladies were sashed at the recently held Mayoral Reception and Sashing Ceremony of the Miss Kingston & St. Andrew Festival Queen Competition at the Ranny Williams Entertainment Centre.

Kingston, 27 April 2018 – The Ministry of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport through its agency the Jamaica Cultural Development Commission has

signed a multi-million dollar deal with fast food chain Tastee Limited in support of the 2018 Festival Song Competition.

Kingston, Jamaica:  The 2018 edition of the Jamaica Festival Song Competition continues to be one for the history books, from the record number of entries received to a church mass choir being named among the finalists.

Kingston, Jamaica: The Central Region will launch the 2018 Jamaica Culinary Arts Competition’s Regional Culinary Champs at the Kendall Camp Ground in Mandeville, Manchester on Friday, April 20.

Kingston, Jamaica:  The Ranny Williams Entertainment Centre will come alive this Saturday, April 14 with the Reggae and Mento infused sounds of the top 30 semi-finalists in the 2018 Jamaica Festival Song Competition.

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