Welcome To Jamrock Reggae Cruise 2019 ADD

12/09 - 12/14 2019

Welcome To Jamrock Reggae Cruise 2019 Sell Off & 2020 Sold Out

12/23/2019 by Press Release

Welcome To Jamrock Reggae Cruise 2019 Sell Off & 2020 Sold Out

The Welcome To Jamrock Reggae Cruise, founded by Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley, wrapped its 6th excursion across the Caribbean Sea this past Sat. Dec. 14, 2019 and has announced that 2020 is completely sold out. The 5-night cruise, which departs from Fort Lauderdale, FL with two stops in Jamaica (Ocho Rios and Falmouth) before its return, has made history as one of the most in-demand music charters in the business.

See some highlights from 2019 below:

Buju Banton delivered an electrifying performance. It was the first opportunity to see the Jamaican icon perform to a predominantly American audience since his release from prison. Amongst the captivated and intimate crowd, Buju Banton brought out Stephen “Ragga” Marley for very heartfelt moment. They joined in song and Banton thanked Marley for being there during his time of need before he was sentenced. 

2019 has been a whirlwind year for the 19-year-old breakout Jamaican star Koffee, who brought out R&B star and fellow RCA touring mate Daniel Caesar as a surprise guest.

Ding Dong was one of the many high-energy daytime performances, who brought more heat to the sunny days. This year, the cruise made it a point to incorporate more daytime concerts and parties to meet the needs of the ceaseless party goers aboard Royal Caribbean’s Independence of The Seas.

First-time WTJRC Sound Clash At Sea contenders Germany's Warrior Sound and Kansas City, MO (U.S.) by way of South Sudan (Africa) Dynamiq Sound went head-to-head at this year's clash. Ultimately, Warrior Sound took it home for the win.

Watch the full clash video below and more videos HERE




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