Agent Sasco set to thrill Appleton Signature Nights

Thursday, October 26, 2017

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MONTEGO BAY, St James - Music lovers who come out to today's Appleton Estate Signature Nights at Pier 1 in the resort city of Montego Bay are in for an electrifying performance from Agent Sasco.

Making his debut on the Appleton Estate Signature Nights stage, the reggae and dancehall artiste is expected to deliver from his extensive catalogue, which includes his most recent acclaimed album — Theory of Reggaetivity.

Staying true to offering patrons an exquisite pairing of Jamaican music and rum, those who attend Appleton Estate Signature Nights can expect an intimate setting featuring the world-class performer, who will take them on a musical journey.

“We are excited to have Agent Sasco on board for Appleton Estate Signature Nights for the first time,” said Tamika West, marketing manager for Dark Spirits at J Wray & Nephew Limited.

“Sasco is an internationally acclaimed artist, and we expect his performance to be nothing short of phenomenal. We invite patrons to come out and enjoy the ambiance, complete with our Signature X-Ale cocktail, which consists of Appleton Estate Signature Blend and ginger ale,” added West. “We are pleased to reward our loyal consumers with this series which offers memories that will last a lifetime.”

Admission to the event is free, and patrons who purchase an Appleton Estate Signature Blend Q at $1,200 will receive a free mason jar at the event.

The gates will open at Pier 1 at 8:00 pm, with Sasco's set commencing an hour later.

Patrons must be 18 years or older to enter.

The Appleton Estate Signature Nights' tour will continue across the island with stops in Ocho Rios and Kingston later this year.




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