Buju Banton's concert dates are confirmed for several venues in the Caribbean starting this Spring through Summer. Details inside!

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Buju Banton will grace the stage at the National Stadium in Kingston, Jamaica for his first concert this Spring and continue through to Summer after serving eight years behind bars in the United States on drug-related charges.

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The “Destiny” singer will then continue his Long Walk to Freedom tour in a series of concerts across the Caribbean including Trinidad and Tobago, Barbados, and St. Kitts.

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Buju Banton’s concert dates are being announced moderately across the region by his management team.

So far, the Reggae star’s has revealed the following dates and venues. Note that more venues will be added to this article as dates are confirmed.

Jamaica
Date: March 16
Venue: National Stadium

 

Bahamas
Date: March 30
Venue: Nassau National Stadium

 

Trinidad and Tobago
Date: April 21
Venue: Queen’s Park Savannah

 

Barbados
Date: April 27
Venue: Kensington Oval

 

St Kitts Music Festival
Date: June 26 to 30
Venue: Warner Park Stadium

 

Tickets will be available at Buju Banton’s official website: www.bujubanton.com

A key component for Buju Banton’s tour is to tie in each show with a local charity in each country he performs. 

Most recently, the Jamaican musician, whose given name is Mark Anthony Myrie, has established his own charity on the island of Jamaica, called Buju Banton Foundation, which will focus on assisting at risk youths on the island of Jamaica. Part proceeds from the March 16th show in Jamaica will go to aide the efforts of his foundation and continue his contribution to assisting a younger generation.

Buju Banton is a major Reggae star, winning a Grammy award in 2011 for his album “Before the Dawn.” He was previously nominated in the Best Reggae Album category in 2004, and 2010 for his albums ‘Friends for Life’ and ‘Rasta Got Soul’.

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