Kingston Jamaica: International Reggae Sweetheart, Romain Virgo, will be amongst the headliners for the Jamaica 55 Independence Festival Village opening show Standing Ovation on Saturday, July 29. A variety show featuring Jamaican excellence in the arts, Standing Ov
Kingston Jamaica: As the 13 talented and culturally aware finalists of the Miss Jamaica Festival Queen competition prepare for their final face-off on the Grand Coronation stage on August 1, they will face a smaller challenge on the Christar Villas Vibes Sports Bar stage, a battl
The Jamaica 55 Independence Village will open bright and early on Emancipation Day, Tuesday, August 1 to allow patrons from far and wide to experience “Curry come Uptown” with the annual Augus’ Mawnin Market.
(Kingston: JAMAICA): The Ranny Williams Entertainment Centre will come alive with the return of the highly anticipated Best of Festival Series, a Jamaica 55 event, beginning on Tuesday, June 27.
As the nation gets into the full swing for Jamaica Independence Festival, the celebratory events planned for Jamaica 55 organized Jamaica Cultural Development Commission (JCDC), an agency of the Ministry of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport, Jamaicans at home and abroad are asked to “
The Jamaica Cultural Development Commission’s (JCDC) Annual National Culture Club Conference will be held on Tuesday, June 20 at the Golf View Hotel in Mandeville, Manchester, beginning at 10:00 am.
The Jamaica Cultural Development Commission Kingston & St. Andrew Parish Office, an agency of the Ministry of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport will be hosting several community auditions for its Big Stage Competition across Kingston & St. Andrew.
The World Reggae Dance Championship, Jamaica’s premier International Dancehall and Reggae dance competition is still accepting entries as it moves into the elimination round.
Sunday, May 28 will see the 24 finalists of Jamaica Children’s Gospel Song Competition compete at the National Finals at the Ranny Williams Entertainment Centre, 36 Hope Road, Kingston 10.
The Jamaica Creative Writing Competition and Exhibition will continue accepting entries in the areas of Essay, Novel, Play, Poetry and Short Story as the deadline for entries has been extended to Friday, May 19.