Mawnin’ Medz on Sunday, July 14th at Tropical Bliss Beach in Montego Bay is the kick-off breakfast party in what is shaping up to be a stellar week of events leading up to the Main Nights for Reggae Sumfest 2019. Tropical Bliss Beach is perhaps one of the most iconic must-see stops for visitors to Montego Bay.
Both the ‘Touchdown King’ Stylo G, and the ‘Soca Monarch’ Skinny Fabulous will provide epic entertainment at this gorgeous venue.
Spinning music to keep everyone dancing from 6 am to 1 pm will be Mobay’s own Crazy Neil, along with DJ Courtney, Jigga and Antsman.
The dress code is beach chic; gates open at 6am. It’s brunch inclusive and will have plenty of options for purchase at the bar.
Reggae Sumfest event info is available at www.reggaesumfest.com
About Skinny Fabulous
Gamal “Skinny Fabulous” Doyle, born in St Vincent, is an energetic Soca artist and a six-time St. Vincent Soca Monarch Winner.
This “135 lb” mass of on-stage madness is known as Skinny Fabulous. Both talented and versatile, he always engages and mesmerizes the crowd while on stage. With his early love of dancehall and time spent in Jamaica, combined with his Soca roots as a St. Vincentian, his baritone and catchy way of DJing his lyrics are unmistakable. Fans can catch him at this year’s Mawnin’ Medz – one of the pre-parties prior to Reggae Sumfest.
About Stylo G
Jason McDermott — Stylo G — was born in Spanish Town, Jamaica but relocated to London at age 12. Stylo is known for his creative British-Jamaican reggae-fusion style.
Along with his own hit singles “My Yout”, “Call Mi a Leader” and “Soundbwoy” (which peaked at #18 on the UK Single’s Chart), Stylo was also featured on the hit song “Come Over” by the British electronic group Clean Bandit. His new single “Touch Down” is lighting up the charts featuring Hip Hop Hottie Nicki Minaj and Dancehall Don Vybz Kartel. It has everyone on their feet in their tracksuits and Air Force of course.
About Reggae Sumfest
Sumfest has earned a reputation as the Caribbean’s premier music festival, showcasing Jamaica’s indigenous music, as well other popular global genres of music. Now in its 27th year, the world’s greatest Jamaican reggae/dancehall music festival continues to pay homage to the musical genres that originated in Jamaica that have broadly influenced the chart topping urban and pop music of today. Sumfest continues to add unprecedented value to “Brand Jamaica” by promoting three of the country’s most valuable products – the music, the culture, and the island itself as a global tourist destination. This has been expanded on a grand scale globally by the high quality widely promoted live streaming and video content made available of Reggae Sumfest on broadcast and streaming platforms, taking Jamaican music, artists, and culture to every continent and country on earth. Reggae Sumfest is one of the most viewed music festivals in the world.
Over the years, Sumfest has partnered with a number of major local and international brands. Our goal is to continue and develop these long-standing brand partnerships in ways that enhance their experiential relationship with Sumfest, the Jamaican people, and the entire international reggae and dancehall community. Sumfest is owned and produced DownSound Entertainment Ltd.
$45US advance tickets are available on as well as reggaesumfest.com and
Source: Beenie Words