Tommy Lee for Guinness party

Saturday, November 04, 2017

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TOMMY Lee Sparta is scheduled to perform on Guinness's Greatne$$ Evolution party series at Dump Up Beach in Montego Bay, St James, on December 1.

The all-island party series will showcase other leading DJs and recording artistes and is expected to bring high energy and dancehall music to kick-start the festive season.

“The holiday season is a time for people to get together and enjoy themselves,” said Nathan Nelms, assistant brand manager for Stouts and Malta at Red Stripe. “This series builds on the Guinness Greatne$$ campaign by joining forces with Jamaica's best in entertainment to host truly memorable party experiences.”

Tommy Lee Sparta is known for songs including Vibes Inna Dis and Tom and Jerry.

“The Guinness Greatne$$ Evolution Tour is our way to give back to our loyal consumers during the festive season,” said Nelms. “Montego Bay's unique culture is one that we want to celebrate and that's why we have reached out to Tommy Lee to be a part of this execution.”

The Evolution party series, which began yesterday at the Red Stripe Oval on Spanish Town Road, will make a stop in Lawrence Tavern on Christmas Eve and end with a 'bang' on New Year's Eve.




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