Reggae Month 2022 kicks off with Church Service on Sunday

The Jamaican Reggae Month, now in its 15th year launched with a Church Service on Sunday, January 30, 2022 beginning at 10am.

In keeping with the current rules for religious gatherings, mainly key Government Officials and Reggae Industry Stakeholders were in attendance. The Chief congregants included the Minister of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport, the Honourable Olivia Grange, and the Minister of Tourism, the Honourable Edmund Bartlett.

The service was broadcast and streamed live on various platforms. It featured performances by Alicia Taylor, John Mark Wiggon, and the Go for God Music Ministry. Reggae Month 2022, which will be an official Jamaica 60 activity, will include a range of events in Jamaica and its Diaspora.

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