Monday 23 November, 2020

Jesse Royal and Friends headline Digicel online concert this Sunday

Jesse Royal

Jesse Royal

Digicel is beating the stay-at-home blues for everyone with the staging of a big online concert this Sunday, featuring Jesse Royal, Jamila Falak and Dre Island.

The Digicel Online Cameo Concert is a free-access event that will go live on Digicel’s Twitter and Instagram pages @digiceljamaica at 5pm. It will feature a string of hits and acoustic performances suitable for all audiences.

Chief Marketing Officer for Digicel Jamaica, Nasha-Monique Dougas wants everyone to join the big online link-up from the comfort of their homes.

“We’re inviting everyone to follow us on Twitter and Instagram and get instant notification before the first beat drops,” she continued. “As the digital lifestyle partner to our customers, we’re always looking for new ways to keep our customers connected to more amazing experiences, even when we have to be apart.”

Online concert-goers can look forward hearing Jesse Royal bring his deep spirituality, passion for life, and unique connection to music, when he takes to the stage to perform iconic hits like ‘Modern Day Judas’, ‘Feel Your Pain’ and ‘LionOrder’.

When Jamila Falak brings the ‘rhythm of life’ to stage, fans will also see her perform the hot single, ‘LA AAA ADY’ that was featured in the Emmy-nominated film, Jacqueline and Jilly.

In his inimitable style, Dre Island will undoubtedly perform his anthem-like hit, ‘We Pray’, before launching into other fan favouries like ‘Crazy’ and ‘Rastafari Way’.

This musical Sunday afternoon feast is another of the ways Digicel is helping everyone to stay connected while they stay safe during this time.

In the meantime, Digicel continues to remind everyone to practice social distancing and to stay tuned to text message updates on the COVID-19 situation through its public education partnership with the Ministry of Health and Wellness.

“We’re all in this together, and we will get through this together. We urge everyone to stay safe and to keep following all public safety precautions,” Douglas reassured.

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