Buju Banton heading to Trinidad despite protests from homosexual groups.

Buju Banton for the Bahamas
Buju Banton for the Bahamas

Trinidad and Tobago will gladly welcome Buju Banton despite some protests from homosexual groups on the twin island.

On April 21, Queen’s Park Savannah located in Trinidad & Tobago’s capital Port Of Spain, as been announced as the location for the second leg to the Jamaica’s March 16 kick off of the Long Walk To Freedom Tour.

Tickets for the Trinidad show, which has been dubbed I Am Legend”, have already hit the streets and have been priced at US$58 for general; US$143 for VIP; and US$286 for the VVIP slots. It has been explained that VIP ticket holders will be in close proximity to the stage and will have a cash bar in the section. Those with VVIP tickets will enjoy in the closest proximity to the stage, and the cost includes food and drink, private rest rooms and free secured parking.

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So far no guest artistes have been announced. High Frequency Entertainment, promoter of the event, said the other acts will be announced in the new year.

Buju Banton, whose given name Mark Anthony Myrie, was released from a US jail on December 7, after serving a 10-year sentence on drug-related charges.

Just last week he announced that the opening show of the highly anticipated tour will take place at National Stadium in St Andrew on March 16. Tickets for that event go on sale on January 16.

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