1. Jerk festival
One of Jamaica’s culinary entertainments deserves a platform to be showcased and annual Jerk Festivals at designated localities provides an excellent opportunity for locals and tourists alike to experience aspects of what has made Jamaica a worldwide brand.
Web Site: www.montegobayjerkfestival.com
2. 2. Calabash International Poetry Festival
Three days of Literary Festivities; readings and music with other forms of storytelling folded in the mix, Calabash is earthy, inspirational, daring and diverse. After 10 successive years Calabash is now staged on a biennial basis on even years. All festival events are free and open to the public.
Web Site: www.calabashfestival.org
3. Jazz and Blues Festival
Jamaica may be synonymous with reggae, but the island’s biggest music event in terms of its economic impact and benefit to the tourism industry is not a reggae show, but an annual three-night fete known as the Jamaica Jazz & Blues Festival.
Web Site: www.jamaicajazzandblues.com
An International acclaimed reggae concert named for Damion ’Junior Gong’ Marley’s Alum JamRock which was released September 2005. Recently a Jamrock Cruise was allied the roaster. Patrons can now enjoy their reggae music on land and see.
Web Site: www.jamrocksummer.com , www.welcometojamrockreggaecruise.com
5. Jamaica Carneval
Bacchanal, Jamaica's carnival, is typically held around the time of Easter. The costumes worn by the bands are vibrant and colorful, decorated in jewels and feathers. Both the masqueraders and spectators enjoy dancing in the parade to soca, reggae and dancehall music.
Web Site: www.bacchanaljamaica.com/
Visit web pages : www.visitjamaica.com to see more about events in Jamaica in 2020.