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Posted: June 25, 2009
K'Shema Francis's picture

Jah Cure is set to close International night one on Friday July 24, at the highly anticipated Reggae Sumfest.

 A Montegonian by birth, Jah Cure got preference to close the show as a local act on a night that has an excellent line up of International artistes, which includes Keri Hilson, Ne-Yo as well as hot new singer Jasmine Sullivan. 

The world’s greatest showcase of reggae music, Reggae Sumfest, will take place from July 19-25 in Montego Bay.

Starting with a beach party on Sunday July 19 and the ensuing three days of epic live performances (starting with Dancehall Night on Thursday July 23, International Night I on Friday July 24, and International Night II on Saturday July 25) that make up the annual event, will captivate the thousands of tourists and Jamaicans alike who make the trek each year to this, the Mecca of reggae music festivals.  

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