Reggae aficionados are in for a night to remember from the Billboard-charted ‘Mr Singy Singy’ himself, reggae artiste Tarrus Riley. The newly opened Chillin’ Serengeti at Hope Zoo in Kingston will come alive today to offer live music lovers an unparalleled entertainment package. This brings down the curtain on the 2018 season of the Appleton Estate ‘Signature Nights’ series.
A purveyor of melody, Riley is expected to deliver swoon-worthy lyrics from his repertoire of musical masterpieces.
Eager fans will be treated to a performance of Riley’s recently debuted single Guess Who, sampling Black Uhuru’s hit single Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner, from his upcoming album to be released in 2019.
Simply put, patrons should expect “music, music and more music, nuff niceness and party vibes,” shared Riley of his upcoming performance.
In true Appleton Estate Signature Nights fashion, patrons who attend this week’s staging will experience a tantalising pairing of reggae and rum, with Appleton Estate X-Ale as the signature cocktail for the night.
Leleika-Dee Barnes, customer marketing manager at J. Wray & Nephew Limited, reaffirmed the reason for the brand making the investment in the series for a third year. “Appleton Estate Signature Nights involves educating patrons on the Appleton Estate range of blends, while simultaneously offering an intimate performance from world-class Jamaican artistes. It has become one of the most well-attended live music events locally, and we are proud to successfully pair one proud Jamaican brand to the other.”
The year’s series has seen the likes of Beres Hammond, Christopher Martin, Sanchez, I-Wayne, Romain Virgo, Bugle and Konshens.