Wednesday, 7 November 2018

SCENE & HEARD: Highlights from J’ca Food & Drink Fest, 2018 Champions Cup launch, Peter Tosh Music Fest, and more

WE ARE REGGAE: Oct. 20, Kingston. For its 2018 renewal, the Peter Tosh Music Festival drew a massive throng – including the likes of Aisha Davis and Karen Harriott – to the Trafalgar Road-based Puls8 complex for a night of roots-rockin’-reggae splendour. (Photo: Skkan Media)

IT’S A GROOVE THING: Oct. 20, Kingston. Looking good and (obviously) feeling great as she works the stage, songbird Etana was having a blast as she co-headlined this year’s Peter Tosh Music Fest. (Photo: Skkan Media)

PAT’S PEOPLE: Oct. 26, Kingston. Labelmates Tarrus Riley and Estelle were on hand to support recording industry maven Pat Chin, who was honoured with an International Humanitarian Award by the AFT during the Hummingbird Gala, hosted by the Plaza Hotel in New York. (Photo: VP Records)

YOUNG ADULTS: Oct. 27, Kingston. The Jamaica Food & Drink Festival’s Meet & The Street bash drew dozens of young couples to the Kingston Waterfront for drinks and delicious fare and candid shots for the photographers. (Photo: Sleek)

FOODIES FOREVER: Oct. 27, Kingston. One of the hardest working women behind the scenes in the culinary biz, Kingston Kitchen’s Leisha Wong gets a show of support from friends, as patrons flocked to the Kingston Waterfront for Meet & The Street. (Photo: Sleek)

QUALITY TIME: Oct. 28, Kingston. The CB Pan Chicken Championship finale staked its claim as October’s ideal bring-the-tribe-together event, drawing a large number of families to the National Stadium car park. (Photo: Sleek)

CHAMPIONSHIP SPIRIT: Oct. 31, Kingston. Sponsor representatives got first dibs on the shiny new trophy at last Wednesday’s launch of the Champions Cup (which will see the top schoolboy teams in action) at Digicel’s ocean-view headquarters. (Photo: Sleek)

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