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13th July 2012
Damian Marley adds extra date for Respect Jamaica 50 Festival

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Damian Marley will headline back-to-back shows this summer

Grammy Award winning reggae artist Damian Marley is to headline back-to-back shows this summer at London’s indigO2. Huge demand has led to the scheduling of an additional show on Friday July 27, to accompany his existing performance on Thursday July 26 as part of Respect Jamaica 50 celebrations.

The youngest son of Bob Marley will be delivering his trademark blend of dancehall and reggae to thousands of fans with hits like “Welcome to Jamrock”, “As We Enter”, “Affairs of the Heart” and “Set Up Shop”.

“The response to Damian Marley’s original show was so overwhelming we simply had to add another date. This country has always had an incredible passion for Jamaican music, and it’s fantastic that we can offer fans another chance to catch one of the biggest stars around.”
Rob Hallett, AEG Live

 Respect Jamaica 50 will be celebrating 50 years of Jamaican Independence at The O2 and its multiple venues including indigO2, as London is transformed into a Caribbean oasis with over 50 artists taking to the stage.

The two-week extravaganza, from July 25 to August 6, will include a multitude of legendary Jamaican singers, DJs, writers, comedians, actors and poets showcasing the cultural depth and diversity of the nation.

All key Olympic events will be screened at the venues to ensure none of the action is missed, including Jamaica’s hotly anticipated gold medal run.

Supported by the Jamaican Government, Respect Jamaica 50 will add a sprinkling of Caribbean flavour to what’s set to be a great summer for Jamaica.

Other artists confirmed for the two-week O2 showcase include: Lee “Scratch” Perry, Jimmy Cliff, Junior Murvin, Shaggy, Tappa Zukie, Mutabaruka, John Holt, Freddie McGregor, Tarrus Riley, Toots & The Maytals, Young Toots, Horace Andy, Morgan Heritage, Raging Fyah, Yellowman, Dennis Alcapone, Benjamin Zephaniah, U-Roy, The Abyssinians, Winston Reedy, Mad Professor, Mighty Diamonds, Leroy ‘Heptones’ Sibbles, Marcia Griffiths, Maxi Priest, Gyptian, Johnny Clarke, Derrick Morgan, Max Romeo, Jah9, Sir Lloyd Coxsone, Michael Prophet, Gaylads, Bob Andy, Fatman Hi Fi and Jah Shaka Sound System.

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