Tuesday, July 26, 2022

From chairman of Summerfest Productions Joe Bogdanovich officially crowning dancehall artiste Spice Queen of the Dancehall, to Shenseea's impressive delivery, and Skeng's curtain-closing performance, the main acts kept the energy high at Sumfest 2022.

But it was the happenings offstage that got our attention. The festival's ultimate chill spot was the Pepsi-Cola booth hosted by digital media influencers Tanaania Tracey and Rushane "RushCam" Campbell. The booth — decked out with "Jama-I-Can" campaign branding — boasted life-sized games and prizes and a performance by Laa Lee Ranks. Pepsi-Cola Jamaica was the exclusive non-alcoholic beverage sponsor of Reggae Sumfest.

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