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Foreplay


Foreplay is a seminal annual party produced by Jamaica's longstanding champions of all-inclusive fetes, Frenchmen. Held each year in mid-October at Pearly Beach in Ocho Rios, the party mixes premium spirits, satisfying food options and world-class selectors. The waterfront venue sits on a stretch of golden sand met by turqouise waters a few minutes' drive west of Ochi.


Jamaica Blue Mountain Coffee Festival


The Ministry of Tourism, in partnership with The Ministry of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture & Fisheries has organized the inaugural Jamaica Blue Mountain Coffee Festival to promote the Jamaica Blue Mountain Culinary Trail, where a string of family farms and cottage industries dot the cool hills surrounding the Blue and John Crow Mountains National Park, designated a UNESCO world heritage zone for its history and natural wonders. The festival features delectable vittles of the region as well as the singular Jamaica Blue Mountain Coffee and of, reggae music.


Tmrw Tday


Culture fest, wellness retreat and irie vibes in the Capital of Casual. The week-long event in Negril showcases some of Jamaica's top contemporary roots artists and selectors spinning reggae and house. Big names on the ticket include Chris Blackwell, Protoje, Yardcore, Gabre Selassie, Nick Monaco, David Marston and Toddla T. 7-day pass: USD 299 / USD 449 VIP.


New Rules


With a line-up rivaling dancehall night at Reggae Sumfest, New Rules inspires the most dedicated fans to "bleach" till daylight. 


Utopia Azure Beach


Utopia Azure Beach is a premium all-inclusive party held at Hamony Cove, Trelawny on the Saturday of Emancipation Weekend, 2-10pm.


SPF Weekend


SPF Weekend is one of Jamaica's most highly anticipated party series held on Emancipation Weekend at a few premiere venues in Ocho Rios, starting on Friday 29 July 11pm-6am at The Beach at Dunn's River Falls. Soiée follows at Pearly Beach on Sunday 31 July noon-8pm.


Caribbean Fashion Week


Jamaica's contribution has been central to a bourgeoning Caribbean fashion industry. Pulse Investments, started holding Caribbean Fashion Week (CFW) in 2001, now a wildly successful annual event described by British Vogue as one of the most important fashion trends on the planet. Held during the first half of June, the week is filled with fashion shows, parties, and some of the world's most striking women clad in creative attire designed by a young cadre of imaginative talent. It's definitely one of the best times of year to be in Kingston.


Jamaica Beer Festival


Jamaica Beer Festival (free) is the event of the year for beer and music lovers, with Heineken showcasing the more exotic brews from its international portfolio to complement its Jamaican gem, Red Stripe. In 2015 Bugle headlined following a solid performance by Jesse Royal. In 2016, "Energy God" Elephant Man will perform along with Busy Signal, Christopher Martin and Ding Dong.


Kingston On The Edge


Kingston On The Edge (KOTE): is an art show that features upcoming  artistes from all around Jamaica at various locations such as (The Edna Manley College) and many others.