Gyptian to host music festival

Monday, December 17, 2018

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Gyptian is upbeat ahead of the first staging of Gypy Winter Festival scheduled for the Golden Spring Community Centre in St Andrew on Saturday.

“I'm extremely excited about this event. It's something that I've always wanted to do. We're going to kick things off with this first staging and let it grow into something great. I'm working with a very competent team on this project, so I know it will be successful,” said the promoter.

In addition to the singer, the festival will feature Beenie Man, Capleton, Ky-Mmani Marley, LUST, Kranium, Luciano, Tommy Lee, Lady G, Droop Lion, Shane O, Ghost, Tanto Blacks, Chi Ching Ching, Fantan Mojah, Turbulence, Samantha Jay, Terror Fabulous, Stylish, Bascom X, Maestro Don, Shauna Chin, Destiny Sparta, Darrio, and DI.

“I want everyone who attends Gypy Winter Festival to have a wonderful time, so we've put together an awesome line-up for the event. The patrons are going to get a very entertaining show,” he said.

Gyptian has high hopes for Gypy Winter Festival and plans to make it an annual event that attracts patrons from all over the world.

“I want it to grow as big as the festivals in Europe. I know it will take a lot of hard work and time, but it's possible. I want it to grow bigger and better with each staging and eventually we'll get there,” he said.

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