The show dubbed the “Sting Festival” will run from December 19 to 22.
Fashionable reggae outfit, The Transit Crew and reggae sensation Mic Inity together with Junior Banton will take to the stage performing live with their bands.
It would not get any better without Jah Cure and Red Rat who are also expected to bring their full bands.
At the show, four trendy reggae sounds, Legendary, Sovereign, Red Fox sound and Judgment Yard will clash and get revelers in the mood before the headline acts.
In an interview with StandardLife&Style, Red Fox Pub and Grill director, Robert Zhuwawo said: “We have put in place arguably one of the most exciting line up of local acts that go well with occasion.
“Remember the two headline acts will be bringing along their bands and we thought it was perfect to spice up the concert with some of our finest local outfits, hoping the fans will like the concert.”
Transit Crew is not new to the scene having backed a number of Jamaican artists including, Yassus Affari, Luciano and Sizzla Kalonji.
Mic Inity also has with him recommendable curriculum vitae after having worked with a number of Jamaican artists. His mid week shows at The Mannenberg and the memorable performance he put up curtain-raising for Jamaican star, Elephant Man are proof that he is a strong musical force.
“Not only are we expecting these artists to thrill the fans but there is also an exciting programme that they will engage into. Red Rat has already sent some boxes into the country which contain goods that he will donate to a number of children’s homes”, said Zhuwawo.
It remains to be seen if the local artists will match the brilliance of Jah Cure who is also popularly known as the Universal Cure, a suggestion that his music cuts across all ages.