Valiant to host his first-ever stage show in St Elizabeth
KINGSTON, Jamaica— Dancehall artiste Valiant will be hosting his first-ever stage show titled ‘Infinity’ at Palm Atlantic in Black River, St Elizabeth on Friday, December 1.
In a statement released on Thursday announcing the stage show, the artiste’s management stated that the event, which is in association with Romeich Entertainment, represents the artiste’s extraordinary rise in the dancehall industry for the better part of a year.
“The dancehall sensation’s event features a slew of new artistes, including Stalk Ashley, Armanii, Pablo YG, Skippa Don, Jahshii, Kant10t, Tatik, Ricco Ras, Cashan, Cinnamon and Seven7, who have been dominating the airwaves and social media. With this impressive line-up, patrons are in tune for an exceptional show,” the statement said.
The event is sponsored by Magnum Tonic Wine, with music provided by DJ Baba, DJ Mac and DJ Biigy. Entertainment will also be provided by St Elizabeth based sound system, Redd Heat Sound and International Buzz. Additionally, Dancing Rebel, another talent from the Romeich Entertainment camp will be the host for the evening.
“We are happy to be onboard for this event. Magnum has always been a champion for dancehall, and the strengthening of the industry, so this event is one that we really couldn’t pass up. St Elizabeth is famous for its street dances, but we’re hoping to broaden the entertainment spectrum in the parish, starting with Infinity,” said Pavel Smith, marketing manager of Magnum Tonic Wine.
Building on its Holiday Vibes Roadshow experience, Magnum Tonic Wine said it will be giving away tickets to five lucky supporters, to attend the show.
“At Magnum, in everything we do, we keep our supporters at the forefront. We want them to come out, have a Magnum or two responsibly, and have wholesome fun. I’m looking forward to seeing the turnout come Friday and watch as the show grows from strength to strength.” Smith stated.
For details on how to win tickets visit @magnumtonicwine on Instagram.
As for other patrons, tickets will be sold at the gate for $3,500 general admission, while for a more exclusive experience, VIP tickets can also be purchased for $6,000.
At the stage show Magnum Tonic Wine for the price of $500, the statement concluded.