Nas, Damian “Jr Gong” Marley, Rick Ross, Ty Dolla Sign, Lauren Jauregui, Ball Greezy and Westafa are among a reported lineup of nearly 20 artists across musical genres scheduled to perform at a one-of-a-kind experience known as the Winter Soulstice Music Festival, which debuts in New Providence next week.
Winter Soulstice producer, Unique Bahamas International, promises an exciting experience with entertainment involving local artists and hosts at the December 14-15 music festival, which will be held at the Western Esplanade.
The Winter Soulstice Music Festival is the first of what will be an annual lineup of international artists performing in The Bahamas during December.
The Bahamas’ Support An Artist Friday (SAAF) organization will host a pre-event rap battle, which will highlight 12 to 16 established and up-and-coming rap artists on December 8. The two finalists will go on to perform on the grand Winter Soulstice Music Festival stage on the opening night of December 14.
“We all need support, so why not start by giving some,” said Ordain Moss, founder and creator of the SAAF movement and TV show. “I look forward to seeing our talented rappers in their elements showing the world what we have to offer in the 242, and I already know the audience will love the show.”
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.
Festival tickets are available electronically as well as across several platforms in Nassau.