Music & entertainment

Music and Entertainment

From the history to the sounds, once you make it known to us that you want to explore Jamaica  through a musical lens, The Negril concierge will ensure that as soon as you hop on a flight to the island, everything is set for you to immerse yourself in the music of the land of Bob Marley. 

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Attend events in Negril

Negril is known for being a place where you flock to the beach by day and head to the outdoor venues for live Reggae shows or concerts at night, at the town’s scores of entertainment venues. 

 

Especially in the winter and summer months, these feature some of the biggest names in Reggae and Dancehall including Jimmy Cliff, Luciano, Chronixx, Marcia Griffiths, Beenie Man, Yellowman, Beres Hammond and others.    

Book your favorite Reggae entertainer for a private performance 

Whether you are traveling in a group or solo, we can help you to book your favorite entertainer, band or dancers for your private show, depending on their availability.    

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                                   Visit Kingston – Home of Reggae & UN Creative City of Music 

We can curate your stay in Negril and pair it with a visit to Kingston, which is a designated United Nations Creative City of Music and also the home of Bob Marley, and some of his great musical compatriots.  Experience the place that gave birth to six music genres namely Reggae, Dancehall, Rocksteady, Dub, Ska and Mento.

Kingston city, would be the staple experience for anyone who is a fan of Jamaican music and who wants to delve in the history of Bob Marley.  It is a must do tour for those with a deep passion for Jamaican music as well as those simply looking to learn more about this incredible art form. 

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                              See ours music museums 

A music tour of Kingston, originating in Negril could include a visit to the Bob Marley Museum, former home to the King of Reggae; the Jamaica Music Museum whose have archived, researched and exhibit Jamaica’s music forms to highlight the social, historic & musical values and aesthetics.; a drive-through of Orange Street which was once home to many of the city’s record shops; and Culture yard in Trench Town, considered by many to be the birth place of Reggae and where Marley spent his boyhood years.

   

Our aim is to create a trip for you which is intimate and personal and not purely “touristic”, but rather one that includes far more detailed experiences for lovers of Jamaican music, or those who want to learn more, or who may already know a whole lot, but want to make it all come alive, with performances if any, being in context with the history and not ‘touristy’ shows.”