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Sean Kingston To Perform In Kingston, Jamaica!

(Kingston, Jamaica) – It’s going to be a jolly January thanks to Coke Zero. The Herculean brand knows Christmas isn’t the only season for giving; as such, the Coke Zero family came up with a brilliant way to both, kick-start the new year, while saying ‘thank you’ to their loyal Jamaican costumers.
It will take the form of a trailblazing concert like no other. The first-rate event which will be staged January 16, 2010 at the LIME Golf Academy, St. Andrew will feature Reggae and Dancehall scorchers including: Etana, Ding Dong, Alaine, Tessanne Chin, G-Whizz, Demarco, Elephant Man, Tifa and Laden, the Coke Zero artistes: Chino, D’Angel and Serani; and believe it or not, it still gets better.


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Headlining the show will be international superstar Sean Kingston and to sweeten the deal (yet again), this will be the first time patrons will be able to catch Kingston performing in, you guessed it, Kingston. The Ocho Rios native is known for his debut single, Beautiful Girls, which in 2007 peaked at the number one spot on the US Billboard Hot 100 for three weeks and the UK Singles Chart in addition to other international charts. He then moved on to rack up additional hits, including Love Like This (alongside Natasha Beddingfield), Take You There, and more recently two chart-toppers, Fire Burning and Face Drop, both from his sophomore album Tomorrow released in September of this year.

All that and more will be accessible to patrons with an entry fee too sweet to believe. All patrons will have to do to gain access to the concert is provide three Coke Zero labels and pay $100 at any Burger King or Mother’s restaurant and they will be able to instantly redeem a ticket to the supreme event.

Coca Cola’s country manager, Chris Hardy says, “Yes, only three Coke Zero labels and $100. Unbeatable value and it’s all because Coke Zero has so much to be grateful for and we just want to say thanks to Jamaica for embracing the brand with open arms. We’ve embraced the culture and the country, and Jamaica has shown nothing but love to us.”

Of the 10, 000 tickets printed for the January 16 event, a substantial amount has already been recouped by patrons since the advertisements hit the airwaves last week. With a number of top-secret surprises still left to be aired by Coke Zero, the concert will undoubtedly leave tongues wagging for days to come.

Source: Blueprint Publicity & Promotions

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