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Music to our ears

Tuesday, July 25, 2017

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With business mogul Josef Bogdanovich taking brand ownership of Reggae Sumfest a year earlier, the music festival was back for its second revival under his watch last weekend in St James at the expansive grounds Catherine Hall, and Red Stripe on board once more as the multi-artiste showcase's title sponsor. Attracting a bumper crowd on its first night that saw electric performances by such dancehall's biggest exponents as Alkaline, Dexta Daps, Tommy Lee Sparta, Bounty Killer and Spice, and seguing into Saturday's show with Stephen Marley, Beenie Man, and Sean Kingston among the list of headliners, Sumfest was a slam-dunk success in production value and patron support. Tuesday Social takes the pulse of those out for the Sumfest experience.

(PHOTOS: KENYON HEMANS)

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