The event is set for March 25 and while alkaline is expected to pull a large crowd, Dilan Reid of Brownstone Entertainment has expressed that even without Alkaline a great turn out would have still been expected.
“Persons were already looking forward to the show. Persons who don’t like him that much are going to come,” he said. “I think people would have come out whether he was on the line-up or not because the show has many other quality acts on the show.” Shaggy, I-Octane and Tarrus Riley are among others down to perform. She told the Star
“The artiste has the longest list of current hit songs in dancehall aside from Vybz Kartel, and a lot of these songs have not been performed on Jamaican soil for the past three years so people are coming out for that,” he said. “They should expect an exciting performance. His songs are played at football matches, and even the prime minister used his songs on the campaign trail so his performance is highly anticipated.” Reid adds
Meanwhile, Alkaline told the star that, “It’s been a while since I’ve graced a stage in Jamaica so I’m definitely looking forward to a great show, performing for my fans who have been supporting me throughout.”