When the Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival returns next month, it will be with Flow as the show’s technology partner.
The telecommunications firm, which will provide technology support for the virtual show, made the announcement today.
The three-day show returns after a five-year hiatus, and will see Flow assist with promoting the event and rebroadcasting it to 14 territories across the region on its cable TV channel, Flow 1.
Regarding the association, Flow’s senior marketing manager, Latoy Lawrence, said “We’re confident that we can deliver the network requirements to provide an enjoyable experience for the millions of viewers who will tune in both from Jamaica and in the Diaspora.”
Acts such as Like Iké, Sevana, Rictchie Stephens, Tesselated and Freetown Collective have already been confirmed.
The festival runs from March 4-6 and will be streamed on the Jamaica Jazz and Blues YouTube channel.