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KNUTSFORD Express will be providing transportation for patrons who choose not to drive to the Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival at the Trelawny Multi-purpose Stadium on January 24-26.
The cost is $2,400 from Negril; $1,900 from Ocho Rios; $2,900 from Kingston; while Montego Bay patrons will pay $1,400 for their round trip to the festival. One-way deals are also available for persons who will prefer that option.
Parking has also been identified in the facility for patrons who opt to drive and a ‘Jazz’ shuttle service will be available from the general parking area in Falmouth to the venue.
According to Junior Taylor of the Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival organising committee, things are well in place to accommodate a smooth transportation experience for the Jazz fans.
“All our shuttles will drop off patrons by the front of the venue, so there will be little walking to access the venue. There will be ample parking for everyone but we recommend that patrons come out early in order to get to the venue on time,” he said.
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