Celebration of Peace for Montego Bay Postpone Until Early 2019

Jamaica News: The ENTERTAINERS AGAINST CRIME & VIOLENCE promoters of the very successful anti-crime free concert in Montego Bay has made a decision to shift the date of the concert slated for December 2, 2018, from what used to be the end of year concert to a new date earlier in the year 2019.

This decision came about by discussion with potential partners who are suggesting that time of year is a better date for them to offer support. This EACAV nonprofit making event is a coming together of entertainers in solidarity against crime and violence.

This successful free annual concert held December 4, 2016, and December 3, 2017, respectively, at Dump up Beach, Montego Bay, showcased the more than 65 entertainers from across Jamaica lending a voice with positive lyrical contents in solidarity against crime and violence. “With the support of partnering sponsors, we have been able to draw a large crowd of thousands to this wonderful event ending at midnight each year”.

This CELEBRATION OF PEACE will be in the form of a food and music festival for the family. This again is an effort to bring back more live family entertainment to western Jamaica and an opportunity to encourage economic support to citizens through vending.

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