Air Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival
|Country and Region||Jamaica — Saint James|
|Type of Festival||Dance|
|Location of Festival||Montego Bay, Saint James, Jamaica|
Air Jamaica Jazz & Blues Festival is a TurnKey Productions event that has been running continuously since October 1996. Previous artists that have graced the stage include Freddie McGregor, Wayne Wonder—‘cool ruler’, crooner Sanchez and mega DJ Shaggy.
|Festival Dates||January 24 - 26, 2013|
- Third World Band
- Mary J. Blige
- Michael Bolton
- Arturo Tappin
- John Legend
- KC and the Sunshine Band
- Aqueduct on Rose Hall
Near the Rose Hall Resort and Country Club
- U.S. travelers must secure their U.S. passport or certify that the passport of their foreign country is valid before traveling to the festival.
- U.S. passports may be obtained through the U.S. Postal Service while Caribbean and other greencard holder can obtain passports from their local consulates.
- U.S. passport fee is US$67, plus an execution fee of $30 and a photo fee of $15. Fees for children under age 16 are $52 plus the additional photo and execution fees.
- The US Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative or ‘passport rule,’ begins ahead of the extended January 23, 2007 deadline, which will require all air travelers to present a passport to re-enter the United States.