Orlando, Florida (MPR CONSULTING) – Grammy Award-winning Morgan Heritage (Roy “Gramps” Morgan, Peter “Peetah” Morgan and Memmalatel “Mojo” Morgan) today announced the partnership with City of Orlando, District 5 Commisioner Regina Hill to bring the iJAM Music Festival to Orlando – Where Impact Meets Music.
The one-day festival features international music superstars performing a spectrum of musical genres all while bringing awareness through music and maintaining a sound mind, body and soul.
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The multicultural iJAM Music Festival makes its debut at Orlando’s Tinker Field on Saturday, April 4. Tickets went on sale to the general public on Friday January 10th and are available at http://smarturl.it/iJam2020.
Headlined by Morgan Heritage, the Royal Family of Reggae, the iJAM Music Festival includes a star-studded lineup including Busy Signal (Dancehall & Reggae), Less Than Jake (Ska Punk), Baha Men (Junkanoo & Pop), Marcia Griffiths (Reggae), Boris Bilbraut (formerly of Cultura Profética), Pumpa (Soca), Gondwana (Latin), Laza Morgan (Reggae & Pop), Jemere Morgan (Reggae, Pop & Hip-Hop), Esh x Schief (Alternative/Acoustic), Sailor Jane (Reggae & Soul) and many more.
The family-friendly festival will also include international fare, holistic experiences, Health & Wellness purveyors and with the Coronavirus era we are happy that Clean the World will host soap education with a hygiene kit build for children within the Kidz Zone. iJAM Music Festival patrons will experience the true meaning of “One Love.”