View Full Version : Things reggae related to see in Kingston
12-13-2011, 08:12 AM
I thought I would post this over here as well. Considering a day trip to Kingston and was wondering if anyone could recommend some things to see/do that are music related. I'm a huge reggae fan. I know there is the Bob Marley museum and Tuff Gong Studios, but other than that any recommendations? Thanks!
01-03-2012, 07:03 PM
How about a Tour of Kingston tailored to your needs? Jamaica Cultural Tour .google them..reasonable, knowledgeable, safe ..
05-13-2012, 06:01 PM
A trip to Emancipation Park will give you a vibe of the roots of Jamaica and thus the roots of Reggae!
06-26-2012, 08:42 PM
the bithplace of reggae music, trenchtown, is as interesting as the museum or tuff gong, this is CULTURAL YARD in trenchtown, that can be visited..there is a famous tour guide called fred, you can link him at this mail: email@example.com, he is going everywhere in kingston and he knows a lot of people in many studios downtown and uptown, if you are lucky you can even meet certain artists with him !
do not forget to visit parade and orange steet, and what is left from the record shops, for example randy s or rocker s international!you can also pass through the studio one boulevard close to crossroads!
06-26-2012, 08:45 PM
a lot of studios nowadays can be found in the half way tree area, for example mixing lab, where sly and robbie are recording sometimes , and beres hammond studio: harmony house..
the owner of mixing lab likes very much foreign visitors, it is easy to go in and see him welcoming you, he is a very nice man!
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