Romain & Konshens in Belize

On November 17th KREM Radio will celebrate 21 years of independent radio broadcast in Belize. To commemorate this achievement, the station has decided to host a concert featuring two of this year’s most acclaimed reggae artists Konshens and Romain Virgo.

Romain VirgoThe Romain Virgo/Konshens concert will be the icing on the cake for Krem’s birthday celebration which takes place on Saturday, November 13th, at the Tropicana Lounge Parking Lot of the Fort Street Shopping Plaza in Belize City.

konshensKonshens who was born Garfield Delano Spence is scheduled to arrive in Belize tomorrow, Thursday, November 11th. With hit songs like Winna, Realest Song, and Stink ah Road, Konshens has been producing hits since he signed with one of Jamaica’s most diverse record labels Natural Bridge Studios in 2007.

Meanwhile, Romain Virgo, the youngest person to ever win Digicel’s Rising Stars in Jamaica, will set foot in Belize on Friday, November 12th. The 19 year old songwriter has made his way onto reggae charts with singles Cyaan Sleep, Who feels it knows it, and Love Doctor.

Several top Belizean artists are set to perform at Saturday’s concert including Melonie Gillett, True Reality, Mr. Programme, O to the P, Blackberry, Ernestine Carballo, Young C and Nello Player.

Tickets are 40 dollars in advance and 50 dollars at the door. In Belize City, ticket outlets are Stone Jam Music Depot on George Street, Record Shack on King Street, Tambran Music Outlet at foot of the swing bridge and KREM Radio at 3304 Partridge Street. Those in the western part of the country can purchase tickets at Brahma’s Meat Shop in Santa Elena.

Article by Kim Timmons







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About KREM
The idea for the KREM Radio station originated in early 1979 while Rufus X and I were visiting New Orleans. There was a New Orleans deejay I liked, by the name of Sister Love, and one day Rufus and his cousin, Sam Wiley, who was our host, showed me the building where the radio station which featured Sister Love was located. It was quite a modest, one flat structure, much smaller than the three story Albert Cattouse Building from where the Belize government monopoly station – Radio Belize – was broadcasting.

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