Harry Toddler Delighted With Reggae Sumfest Call-Up- ‘Expect An High Energy Performance’

Veteran dancehall artiste Harry Toddler promises to deliver an high-energy performance at this year’s staging of Reggae Sumfest when he hits the stage on dancehall night Friday, July 21st.

The veteran is no stranger to Reggae Sumfest Stage as he made his debut in 1994 and will be a part of history by gracing the stage for the event 25th anniversary.

Harry Toddler has been making waves on the music scene in recent times with popular song, Middle East, featuring Ikel Marvelous, produced by DownSound Records.

“Being on Reggae Sumfest, I really work for it … it’s not just because of DownSound, I wouldn’t have been selected if I didn’t have the material to provide for the audience. Truly, I wasn’t surprised because the work that I’m doing, I knew I would get some result for it” said Toddler

The festival which is celebrating 25 years of classical Jamaican entertainment, kicked off with a beach party on Sunday. The staple All-White Party at Pier One took place on Tuesday. The Reggae Sumfest Heavy Weight Sound Clash took place on Friday morning with Tony Matterhorn claiming the victory.

Those expected to perform tonight (July 21st) Dancehall Night 1 includes Alkaline, Shenseea, Harry Toddler, Aidonia, Mavado, Bounty Killer, Tommy Lee Sparta, Masicka, Devin Di Dakta, Tifa, Jahmiel, Dexta Daps, Spice, and Tory Lanez.

Josef Bogdanovich, chairman of Summerfest Promotions, the organisers of Reggae Sumfest, explained that the festival was moved to one week “to extend the access to the culture for visitors and encourage Jamaicans to vacation at home”.


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