Ranked as one of the top female vocalists in the rock era, the scintillating Dionne Warwick is set to share her musical prowess at the 17th staging of the Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival.
The three-day festival runs from January 24-26 at the Trelawny Multi-purpose Stadium.
With all-time favourites, Don't Make Me Over, Walk on By and That's What friends Are For, Warwick is set to leave the patrons in a state of satisfaction with her renowned masterful vocal delivery.
Warwick will be joined by Grammy Award-winning singer, actress and entrepreneur Monica.
Renowned instrumentalist Arturo Tappin also joins the star-studded line-up of Mary J Blige, John Legend and Michael Bolton.
Tickets are now available and can be purchased at www.jamaicajazzandblues.com.
General admission tickets cost US$50 for Thursday night and US$80 on Friday or Saturday.
VIP tickets are also available at US$120 each night.
The organisers are offering savings on discounted weekend passes (Friday and Saturday only) at a rate of US$150 and season passes which provide access to the event on Thursday, Friday and Saturday for US$200.
VIP season passes are also available for US$350.
Further updates will be provided on www.jamaicajazzandblues.com and https://www.facebook.com/jamaicajazzandblues.