Tune into Jazz Radio, 100.7 FM!


Jazz&blues_festival_sexygirls-sexy.jpgSunday, January 21 - Saturday, January 27 marks the 10th Anniversary celebration of the Caribbean's premier music Festival that is just around the corner. With an impressive line-up (Earth, Wind and Fire, Michael Bolton, Kenny Rogers) and a new venue (The Aqueduct on Rose Hall, Montego Bay), this year's celebration is sure to be one that will go down in the pages of history. As a part of the commemorative efforts being put forward by the highly experienced production team, a new venture is being executed, which is simply called, Jazz Radio.

This Jazz Radio is a radio frequency dedicated exclusively to the Festival and is only broadcasted in the Montego Bay region, within the Rose Hall area on FM frequency 100.7. The radio station begins its broadcast on Tuesday, January 23 and continues until the final night of the Festival on Saturday, January 27. It transmits from two pm (2 pm) until several hours after the end of the show.

The primary purpose of the Jazz radio is to provide timely and relevant information to patrons entering and leaving the venue to ensure smooth transition to and from the venue.

The programme for the radio station would include an eclectic mix of live and recorded music, artistes' interviews as well as "Jazz News You Can Use".

In the "Jazz News You Can Use" segment, Festival related information will be conveyed. This includes: Parking, traffic, shuttle information, intermittent live feed from both the main and Ocean Spray stages, ticket and amenities information, offsite activities (after-parties or day-time activities) and other essential information.

The Air Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival 2007 is presented to you by Turn-Key Productions. Sponsors of the Festival are: Air Jamaica, Digicel, Ocean Spray, Jamaica Tourist Board, Wisynco, Jamaica Observer, Ocean Spray, Coca Cola, Bigga, RJR Group, American Express, Heineken, Scotia Bank, Audi, Half Moon, Anbell, CVM TV, Sunset Beach Resort and Spa and Holiday Inn.

Tickets are US$50, US$50, US$60, US$65 and US$70 for Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday respectively. Two Day Weekend Passes are also available for US$130. Three Stage Main Stage Passes are US$180.

Ticket Outlets: Viewer's Choice 2000 (Hope Road, Manor Park, Azmart Pharmacy- Kingston), LG Service Centre (Kingston), What’s On Café (iDevon House, Kingston), Fontana Pharmacy (Montego Bay), Fairview Texaco (Montego Bay), Tigermart Ironshore (Montego Bay), MBJ Airport (Montego Bay), Pier One (Montego Bay), Shop 16 Half Moon Village (Montego Bay), Cars and Driver Accessories (Ocho Rios), Gifts Galore Docucentre (Ocho Rios) and Fontana Pharmacy (Mandeville).