Trench Town show gets thumbs up

Junior Lincoln, executive of the Trench Town Festival Committee, says last Saturday’s free show at Boys’ Town, was a staggering achievement.

Lincoln gauges that more than 15,000 fans were at the incredible setting to watch high-riding acts, for example, Capleton, Junior Reid, Richie Spice, Agent Sasco and the Marley siblings.

“I have never observed such a variety of uptown (individuals) and Europeans down there. It was no normal show,” said Lincoln.

The Trench Town occasion was the third for Reggae Month including the Marleys (Stephen, Ky-Mani, Julian and Damian), whose father Bob Marley lived in the group for a long time.

Lincoln likewise spent his childhood in Trench Town which delivered various extraordinary artistes, for example, Alton Ellis, Delroy Wilson and The Heptones.

His association heads reclamation of the group which has experienced many years of political and posse savagery.

One of the Trench Town Festival Committee’s greatest activities is reestablishing the milestone Ambassador Theater where a significant number of Jamaica’s top artistes began their professions.


Source: Jamaica Observer