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Jah Cure, Keyshia Cole, and Yolanda Adams to Headline Concert in Nassau Bahamas Oct 31-Nov 2


The biggest concert to hit Nassau, Bahamas all year is right around the corner and anticipation is building up for it. The Millennium Concert 2008 is scheduled for Oct 30-Nov 2nd and features three nights of top notch music acts plus a night of fashion and partying. The line up is stacked with talent and the concert itself is being broken up into three distinct nights based on genre.

After the pre-party/fashion show on Thursday, Oct. 30, there's an International Night on Friday, October 31 featuring Grammy-nominated artist Keyshia Cole, Etana, Sanchez, and Morgan Heritage all bringing their own brand of R&B, lovers rocks, and roots vibes to the stage. The fact that Keyshia Cole is headlining this night is the biggest treat, plus Josef Bogdanavich, whose Downsound Records is putting on this event promises at least one more surprise guest on this line up.

Saturday night is Reggae Dancehall Night featuring popular artists like Mavado, Bounty Killer, Queen Ifrica, Tony Rebel, Demarco, and Harry Toddler as the main talent with reggae superstar Jah Cure as the headliner. Jah Cure does not perform very often, and he's currently barred from traveling to the United States, so this is the closest he's going to be to the U.S. for quite some time.

Sunday is Gospel Night, and highly acclaimed singers Donnie McClurkin and Yolanda Adams will be there headlining in addition to Bahamian artists, Landlord, and the group Christian Massive.

So the idea is to have big name artists of various genres to make sure there's something for everybody. Tickets are going fast and folks interested in checking out this concert should click here for more info.

Check out Jah Cure's latest video for his new song, "Journey" off of his upcoming album to be released soon.

--Jonathan Cunningham

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