It’s time to mark July 8th on your calendars! Get ready to see a concert like none other as Foreign Bass Entertainment proudly announces its first ever annual Caribbean Beach Festival with an extraordinary thrilling line-up of vibrant and sensational performances.
Come celebrate the creation of The Caribbean Beach Festival – “Machel on d’ Beach” (MOB) at Jones Beach Nokia Theater, a daylong concert catering to over 10,000 people, featuring the reigning 2012 triple Soca crown winner, Machel Montano and his HD Family.
This will be the first time Jones Beach Nikon Theater will be the home of a Caribbean Concert featuring an amazing production of rhythm and melodies of the #1 Caribbean artist Machel Montano and the HD Family, as well as, a stellar line-up of Caribbean artistes.
Hailing from Trinidad, Machel Montano is the most sought after Soca artiste, whom has staged some of the most electrifying and innovative concerts in the Caribbean and internationally, filling stadiums, concert hall and even the famed Madison Square Garden.
His creative genius has changed the expectation of not only the sound of Soca music but also how a concert performance should be produced. He garnered much international appeal with several hit singles, and numerous collaborations with reggae artistes such as, Shaggy, Beenie Man, Busy Signal, Mr. Vegas and soca artistes including, Alison Hinds, Lil Rick, Destra and many more, as well as, international stars Pitbull, Wyclef and Doug E Fresh.
A record number of crowds from the NYC Tri-State area are expected to attend Jones Beach Nokia Theater, all wanting to witness Machel Montano’s return to the stage after winning his unprecedented 3 Soca competition titles in this year’s Trinidad and Tobago Carnival. Machel will be performing music selections from his 30 year portfolio of chart topping hits like “Big Truck,” “Advantage,” “Mr. Fete,” “Pump Ya Flag,” ”Bend Ova” and many more on July 8th at Jones Beach Nokia Theater.Concert goers and celebrities will experience a unique flavor of ambiance fused with the element of Caribbean with the backdrop of Jones Beach.
With vibes and atmosphere expected to mesmerize the avid concert-goers palette, this first of its kind event is touted to break records and etch its name into top U.S. Caribbean concerts.
The 1st Annual Caribbean Beach Festival – “Machel on d’ Beach” (MOB) will take place July 8th at Jones Beach Nokia Theater featuring headlining act Machel Montano and the HD Family, Patrice Roberts, Farmer Nappy, Kerwin DuBois and more, plus a surprise reggae artiste!
So bring out the entire family for a day full of fun and feting on the beach! Gates open at 3pm, free parking for thousands of cars and only 30 minutes from Brooklyn.
TICKET INFO: $60 General, $75 Front Row/ Stage Side, $100 VIP (Food Inclusive)
For tickets visit ticketmaster.com, livenation.com, JayBlessed.com, caribbeanbeachfest.com, the Jones Beach Box Office, email info @caribbeanbeaachfest.com or call 917 -930 2823, 914 536 5600 or 917-829- 7922.
For more details posted to JayBlessed, the official media sponsor of Foreign Bass Entertainment’s Machel on d’ Beach (MOB).
ABOUT FOREIGN BASS:
As one of the most in demand Caribbean DJs, Foreign Bass established in 1989 encompasses Garth George, Gary Pierre and Michael Nurse has taken SOCA music out of the confines of the Caribbean into the rest of the world, where they reign as the No. 1 Caribbean DJ group. Foreign Bass is one of the most impressive DJ sound systems, self-styled as cultural ambassadors for Trinidad & Tobago. Over the years, Foreign Bass has joined hands and forces with some of the biggest names in Caribbean music, while introducing some undiscovered talents, another level beckons. They’ve rocked international carnivals, festivals and night clubs in Europe, Canada, United States and the Caribbean.Their latest venture is the production of a series of live concerts in the United States which will appeal to the Caribbean American demographic similar to concerts of their Hip Hop & R&B counterparts, yet still reminiscent of what they are familiar with in their native Caribbean country.
Foreign Bass can be heard weekly on 99.9 FM in New York City and online.