Saturday, April 1, 2023
No better place to enjoy a cup of java than in the Blue Mountain valley and at the annual Jamaica Blue Mountain Coffee Festival, now thankfully back at the Newcastle Parade Grounds after a 2022 Devon House staging.
And whilst there were some pesky traffic delays getting there, patrons maximised the opportunity to interact with artisans, sample coffee-based products, and vibe to the entertainment package provided by Grammy-nominated artiste Etana, entertainer DBrunz, Silver Birds Steel Orchestra, and the Charles Town Maroon Drummers and Dancers. Dr Terri-Karelle Reid handled the proceedings in her inimitable style.
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