Tag : Jamaican Jerk Fest

DC Grace Jamaican Jerk Festival Wraps up its Second Staging at RFK Stadium

Tarrus Riley, Queen Ifrica, Romain Virgo and Bunji and Fay Ann Lyons, rock the Stage- Photos by Ajamu Myrie The second staging of the Washington, D.C. Grace Jamaican Jerk Festival took place Sunday, June 18th and brought together thousands of guests at its new venue, RFK Stadium. The fun-filled day included mainstage and cultural stage performances, mouthwatering jerk food selections from various vendors, an interactive Kidz Zone, Jerk Cook-off Pavilion…

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Grace Jamaican Jerk Festival DC Presents Food, Music & Fun this Sunday

Following a very successful inaugural staging in Washington, DC last year, the Grace Jamaican Jerk Festival returns this Sunday, June 18, where families, friends, celebrities, chefs and jerk lovers will gather for the second staging of the Grace Jamaican Jerk Festival! This will be the mecca for mouthwatering jerk goodness … all in one place, all day long at its new home on the Festival Lawn at RFK Stadium, Lot…

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The New York 7th Annual Grace Jamaican Jerk Festival Kicked Off with Taste of Jerk in Queens this past Saturday

(From left to right: Eddy Edwards, CEO of Jamaican Jerk Festival LLC, Peetah Morgan of Morgan Heritage, Gramps Morgan of Morgan Heritage, Nova Walker, Manager of Yardie’s Restaurant, TV Host & Celebrity Chef Wenford Patrick Simpson, Patricia Chin, Founder of VP Records, Richard Lue, Director of Business Development, VP Records) On Saturday June 3rd, 2017, The Grace Jamaican Jerk Festival held their Taste of Jerk Kick-Off event at the VP…

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Grace Jamaican Jerk Festival Kick-Off Event Taste of Jerk

NEW YORK’S LARGEST FOOD FESTIVAL, GRACE JAMAICAN JERK FESTIVAL KICKS OFF WITH “TASTE OF JERK” IN JAMAICA, QUEENS Kick-Off Event June 3rd, 2017, Festival Date July 23rd, 2017 Chef Wenford Patrick Simpson of BB Kings Blues Club will be judging a “Taste of Jerk” cooking competition during the June 3rd event. The winner will take home the festival’s famous Dutch Pot Trophy. New York, NY May 16th, 2017 –  The…

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2014 marks the 35th anniversary when VP Records’ founders Vincent and his wife Patricia Chin moved their headquarters from Kingston, Jamaica to Jamaica, New York – transforming their operations into the largest reggae company worldwide. The label celebrated with a special pop-up exhibit that debuted this past Sunday (July 20) at Grace Jamaican Jerk Festival 2014. The festival attracted over 15,000 patrons this year in Roy Wilkins Park in Queens,…

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