Sweatfest is in Montego Bay until Sunday. Today is the exclusive black tie Comedy Roast and Welcome Party from
7 p.m to 10 p.m. Tomorrow is the concert at The Aqueduct, Rose Hall, featuring Teddy Riley, Ginuwine, Tank, 112, SWV, Raheem Devaughn, Pleasure P, Kut Close, Silk, Dru Hill and Keith Sweat. On closing day there is a listening party for Sweat's new album, Dress to Impress, from 3-7 p.m.
Kingston & St Andrew
Kingston on the Edge continues at the Shell Bandstand, Hope Gardens, from 2 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Featuring live music,
poetry, capoeira demonstration. On stage are Dubkor, Luis Felipe Bellorin, Wayne McGregor, Brainstorm, Papiumba Big Band, Earth and the Fullness, Tribe Sankofa, Rowen 'Antoine' Johnson, Michael Edwards, Casieka Dunkley, Ali Matalon and Akinsanya, DJs Mutabaruka and Sawandi. Festival closes tomorrow with Fade Away at the Ward Theatre, Kingston. The Binghestra (Nyabinghi Orchestra) will perform. Compositions by Peter Ashbourne, narration by Alwyn Scott.
Bacchanal 3DX Summer J'ouvert is at Mas Camp, Stadium North, from 9 p.m. to
Street football finals
The Guinness Street Football Challenge Grand Caribbean Finals is at the UDC Parking Lot, the waterfront. Special guests Marcel Desailly and Daniel Cutting. Starts 5 p.m. each day. After-party follows matches.