Dubbed the largest Caribbean Music Festival around, BRT Weekend is heading to Ocho Rios, Jamaica, March 10-12, 2023 and partygoers are already making their plans for the three day, six-event vacation weekend. A staging that follows BRT Weekend in Atlantic City, New Jersey which saw a turnout of more than 25,000 patrons soaking up the all-inclusive offering of food, fun and top performances from Caribbean acts.
The event’s social media accounts are buzzing with anxious followers dropping in to ask various questions and to share their excitement. The festival’s 89,000 plus follower Instagram account is abuzz with many dropping in to share their plans and enquire about tickets.
“Me and my girls are ready”, says Shana, “my birthday weekend! I’m coming!!!, says Ash, “Got my VIP ticket 🎟!!!! Are all these events beach events?? Trying to build my wardrobe and it’s gonna take the whole 3 months lol”, says Tierra, and the string of comments continue.
Known for bringing people together for a stress-free time away from home, pre-sold tickets are now on sale for the early-birds to secure their spot and the list of recommended hotels have also been released.
The BRT Weekend promoters have announced free shuttle service from select hotels to all six events for their patrons. The shuttle service will be available from recommended hotels: Moon Palace; Sandals Ocho Rios; Riu Ocho Rios; Couples San Souci; Couples Tower Isles and Beaches Boscobel.
After 11 successful years and seven destinations, promoters of the fun, food and entertainment-filled party weekend are aiming to give its loyal supporters and first-timers a BRT experience in the home of Reggae and Dancehall.
With more than 100 successfully executed events, the seasoned promoters of the festival are pulling out all the stops to make the Ocho Rios experience one that patrons won’t forget.
Event promoter Hans-Peter Mullings shares that he and his team have grown as a brand and are looking forward to taking their premier event to Jamaica, “We are thankful to all those persons out of Jamaica, the USA and Canada who can’t wait to see what we do in Jamaica. The birthplace of dancehall, Reggae and the great Robert Nesta Marley, says Mullings.
Returning BRT Weekenders will remember stops in the Dominican Republic, Florida Keys, California and the unforgettable BRTweekend staging in Atlantic City, New Jersey. “To us BRT Weekend is not just about the artist line-up. It’s about the experience and the customer service that we are planning to give everyone in Jamaica and the customer service that we give everyone all over. Our main thing is customer service and customer satisfaction”, Mullings says.
Also known for its usual A-plus DJ line-up including Dutty Dex, Young Chow, Chromatic sound to name a few and an international recording artist line-up, with crowd pleasers: Spice; Alkaline, Dexta Daps, Aidonia, Skillibeng, Ding Dong, Machel Montano, Mr. Killa, Kes The Band, Govana, Shenseea, Charly Black and Jada Kingdom, Super Cat among past performers, the event’s organizers will be revamping their artist selection planned for their previous attempt and will be announcing them to the public in the coming days.
Weekenders can keep up-to-date with plans for the event and ticket booking on its website www.brtweekend.com and @BRTWeekend on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.