Buju to do first concert after leaving prison in Trinidad on April 22

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buju-banton-photos-2.jpgGrammy-winning reggae singer Buju Banton will do his very first concert, upon release from prison, in the twin island republic of Trinidad and Tobago on April 22, 2019. A concert is scheduled for Jamaica at a later date.

Jodian Ebanks, a member of the entertainer's marketing team, made the announcement on Sunday at a media briefing held during the Love and Harmony Cruise aboard the Celebrity Summit vessel.

According to Ebanks, "Buju is very excited about being on the road again. Jamaica is very special to him and he wants to be able to give his home country the type of concert it deserves," said Ebanks.

"Trinidad was chosen as the dates, travel schedules, and all the other variables all came together for that time of year and was the best fit," she continued.

Reports are that some of the acts Buju Banton wanted to perform at the Jamaica concert were not available, so that is the reason why the organisers decided to do the Trinidad show first.

Ebanks said the reggae singer is looking forward to his release and the opportunity to make music for his fans.