The evening will capture and showcase a distinctive blend of organic rhythm-driven reggae music entertainment, by special guest, the prolific reggae vanguard and DJ extraordinaire, Mr. Denver “JAMUSA” Silveira and Charmaine John, with music, fashion, and lifestyle, dubbed "Movements of the people”.
Our vision for R2TW is the production of a series of reggae inspired mega music and arts festivals with an urgent eco-friendly agenda. Our ultimate aim is to foster the spirit of oneness and environmental consciousness globally.
During the program we will introduce Global Cultural Understanding and Economic Development (GCUED) and its 2020-2022 agenda, the ESEI R2TW production team, key partners and supporters. We will also be unveiling our proposed (and still evolving) line-up of international events.
ESEI will also feature the R2TW production team, supporters, partners and the spectacular line-up of events that will be featured in The R2TW series campaign, which is currently being introduced in the United States, as well as abroad.
The R2TW initiative is being designed as a conduit for economic growth and sustainability for stake holders within the entertainment, business, industry and tourism sectors through strategic branding and marketing, performance engagements and event kiosk sales.
A release from ESEI says the R2TW campaign is a multifaceted movement designed to elevate eco-awareness. It is also an initiative that will benefit the social and economic lives of artists, artistes and individuals within the entertainment industry around the globe.
"Our intended thought-provoking presentations will be insightful and will allow audiences to view through multiple lenses reggae music and its psycho-sociological and economic impact, worldwide,' says Antoinette Pitcan, the CEO of ESEI productions.
"Included will be a symposium and presentation that chronicles aspects of our journey from the sugarcane fields to the cotton fields, climbing higher heights and exceeding barriers which have etched out significant mileposts throughout the African diaspora and in its popular culture," Pitcan informed.
- Countries: Jamaica