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Issue #171 , January 10, 2017
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  • Rebel Salute Live Stream! - Early Bird Special
  • People’s Choice Performance of the Year
  • diGJamaica

Rebel Salute Live Stream!

Rebel Salute Live Stream! - Early Bird Special Rebel Salute which is scheduled to be held at the Plantation Cove, Priory, St Ann, on January 13 and 14 at 7:00 p.m. both nights, will be streamed live as a pay-per-view event globally via 1spotmedia.com. The entity announced an early bird special of US$19.99 per night, or US$34.99 for the season pass. The special ends today, Tuesday, January 10, 2017.

Artistes to perform are: Kymani Marley; Sanchez; Jesse Royal; Wayne Wonder; Third World; Abyssinians; Tarrus Riley; Half Pint; Coco Tea; Queen Ifrica; Ed Robinson; Anthony B and many more! Rebel Salute also features the craft and food village as well as the “Herb Curb”

Early bird subscribers will receive a complimentary 3-month subscription to the Star ePaper. To subscribe to the live pay-per-view visit http://1spotmedia.com/index.php/live_events/main


People’s Choice Performance of the Year Award

People’s Choice Performance of the Year Award The highly anticipated RJR National Sportsman & Sportswoman of the Year Awards will be held on Friday, January 13, 2017. Let your vote count! VOTE for your favourite 2016 sporting performance in the “People’s Choice Performance of the Year” Award.

The nominees are:
1. Alia Atkinson - 50m World record swim
2. Michael Binns- Scintillating Premier League Goal
3. Christopher Taylor- Amazing Champs Relay
4. Elaine Thompson- Spectacular win in the 200m at the Rio Olympics
5. Yona Knight Wisdom- Surprising Dive into History

To vote, visit http://rjrsportsfoundation.com/. Voting expires Friday, January 13, 2017 at midday EST.

digJamaica’s 10+ Cool Things to Look Out for at Rebel Salute

digJamaica’s 10+ Cool Things to Look Out for at Rebel SaluteEach year, thousands of ‘Saluters’ from home and abroad gather to enjoy the musical offerings from Jamaica’s finest reggae performers. The event, now a staple on many calendars, Rebel Salute has been hailed as consistent in quality and sound for over two decades. Here’s our list of ten or more things you must look out for when you attend.

Read here: http://digjamaica.com/blog/2017/01/10/10-cool-things-to-look-out-for-at-rebel-salute/

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