Reggae ambassadors Third World are also on the show, which is being staged by the Issa Trust Foundation (ITF) to raise funds to support the improvement of paediatric healthcare in Jamaica.
Sean ‘Contractor’ Edwards of Contractor Music Group has joined the promoters this year as part of the marketing and promotion team, bringing a wealth of musical experience to the setting.
The first show in 2017, An Evening With Air Supply, was a huge success, raising more than $20 million, which went towards the paediatric ward at the St Ann’s Bay Regional Hospital, a project of the ITF.
This year, proceeds will go towards the upgrading of paediatric wards at the Annotto Bay Hospital in St Mary and the Savanna-la-Mar Hospital in Westmoreland.
A release from the organisers says that tickets are now on sale for what will be an all-inclusive package this year that will include food and drinks.
Tickets are being sold for US$200 (J$26,000) for VVIP tickets and US$130 (J$17,000) for VIP.
As of May 1, tickets will be available in-store at all Fontana pharmacies, at Couples Resorts, at the Country Store in Ocho Rios, and at Bridget Sandals in Kingston.