It is six weeks to this year’s staging of music festival Reggae Sumfest, set for July 17 through 23, in Montego Bay, St James. And its head honcho Josef Bogdanovich said plans are “well advanced”.
“The line-up is complete, contracts for PR (public relations)are finalised and now being executed. Marketing people are doing their job. The press launch is scheduled for this coming Wednesday at Usain Bolt’s Tracks & Records in Kingston. Sound, stage and lighting designs are now complete. I think patrons will find it fresh and energised,” he told Splash.
Bogdanovich recently announced that the event will see an ‘all-Jamaican’ roster of acts, which is a sharp departure for the trend of injecting international acts to boost the appeal of the festival.