Damian ‘Jr. Gong’ Marley and Nas headline Friday; Rick Ross and Ty Dolla Sign given the nod on Saturday for Winter Soulstice Music Festival

Damian “Jr Gong” Marley and Nasir “Nas” Jones have been tapped to headline Friday’s stage, with Rick Ross and Ty Dolla Sign given the nod on Saturday for the first Winter Soulstice Music Festival this weekend.

Westafa, Yo Jefte, Frosty are also scheduled to take to the stage on day one, with Ball Greezy, Westafa, Dru 242 tapped for day two of the two-day festival, which will also feature The Bahamas’ Support An Artist Friday (SAAF) organization battle finalists Dumbo, Sunny Boy and Rah Vision among the other local artists, which will include Chase Fernander and Dru Bones as well as hosts and deejays at the Western Esplanade from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. nightly.

Winter Soulstice producer, Unique Bahamas International, promises an exciting experience.

The Winter Soulstice Music Festival is the first of what is expected will be an annual lineup of international artists performing in The Bahamas during December.

“We have amazing artists,” said Ordain Moss, entertainment coordinator of the artists tapped for this weekend’s event.

Dumbo said he will do his best at this weekend’s show, while Sunny Boy says he will be bringing an A-plus performance to the stage.

Dru Bones anticipates it will be a great experience, one he’s excited for, while Chase Fernander says she’s been waiting to get on a big stage at home.

Winter Soulstice Music Festival is being put on by Unique Bahamas International and SongSan Entertainment Production.

The festival is said to be a celebration of all things music and Bahamian talent, tapping into numerous markets, attracting a variety of age groups and satisfying their musical tastes.

Tickets for the music festival start at $35 for a general admission day pass and increase to $75 for a two-day general admission pass. VIP passes start at $100, with a two-day VIP pass increasing to $180 and can be purchased at all Flying Dutchman locations.

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