Peter Tosh museum to open soon in Kingston

A museum honoring the life and work of Peter Tosh, Jamaica’s global music legend and founding member of the critically acclaimed reggae group, the Wailers, will open its doors in Kingston, Jamaica this summer. The museum will be located at newly re – named Peter Tosh Square at the The Pulse Centre on Trafalgar Road.

According to a release on the artiste’s website, When the Peter Tosh Museum opens, Jamaicans and visitors from around the world will be able to see a collection of fascinating Tosh memorabilia and artifacts that have intrigued and mesmerized reggae lovers for decades, including Tosh’s famous M16 guitar and his beloved unicycle that became one of his favourite means of transportation.

A landmark agreement was signed last Wednesday in New York City at the Jamaican Consulate to establish the opening of The Peter Tosh Museum, and to honour the Jamaican icon.

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