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Sanchez For Appleton Estate Signature Nights, Thursday

Published:Tuesday | April 25, 2017 | 2:31 PM

The Appleton Estate Signature Nights series begins this Thursday, at OMG Restaurant and Coffee Bar in Mandeville with lovers rock veteran Sanchez.

Appleton Estate Signature Nights is a sensitisation programme combining the education of Appleton Estate Signature V/X Blend and entertainment from some of the biggest names in Jamaica's music scene. This year, Appleton Estate Signature Nights will tour the island, making stops in Mandeville, Kingston, Old Harbour, Montego Bay, Negril and Ocho Rios.

Tamika West, marketing manager, J. Wray and Nephew Limited, in offering details for the series, said "Appleton Estate Signature Nights offers a rich 'edutainment' blend of Jamaica's most treasured creations: reggae music and rum. Throughout 2017, the convivial spirit of Appleton Estate Jamaica Rum will be poured at the style bars: OMG, M10, Kaluga, Pier 1, Kenny's, Macau, Ribbiz, and Ocean's 11, to the backdrop of sweet, live reggae music.


"Last year, we brought reggae sensations Tarrus Riley, Chris Martin and Romain Virgo; and this year, we will be adding a few more reggae stars and more venues, spreading the warmth of Appleton Estate to six parishes for 2017."

This Thursday's instalment of Appleton Estate Signature Nights at OMG will feature a live performance from Sanchez. With over 30 years' experience on Jamaica's music scene, he is expected to deliver a memorable performance.

Sanchez is pleased to be on-board for the series and says, "I am inviting one and all to join me at the Appleton Estate Signature Nights series this Thursday at OMG. Come and enjoy a night of great singing with me, paired with Appleton Estate Signature Blend cocktails. It will be a night to remember."

Admission to the event is free - by invitation only, which can be collected at OMG before the event. Patrons will also get a mason jar with the purchase of a Q at $1,200. Gates open at 8 p.m., with the hour-long set commencing at 9 p.m.