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Performers arrive in Colombo for Cinnamon Life’s Colombo Music Festival


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Two days from the Sri Lanka’s biggest musical event, the Colombo Music Festival 2018, the headliners have been arriving at Cinnamon Grand Colombo to get some rest and be ready to give a memorable performance on 18 August at Havelock Sports Club Grounds.

The excitement is building up across the Island with the news of their arrivals with the event coming right around the corner. The nation’s ardent reggae and dancehall lovers would love to know that the streets of Colombo will be graced by some of the biggest names of the genre, as they gear up to perform in the biggest music festival.

Maxi Priest, Diana King and Quino from Big Mountain arrived in Colombo and were welcomed with the Sri Lankan hospitality. Fans were gathered to witness their arrival and was thrilled to be in the vicinity their much-awaited artistes. They all arrived well in advance to get everything ready for the event and give their best to their fans and all those who would be at the event to have a good time.

Watch out for the arrivals of Shaggy, Diana King, Maxi Priest and Quino, the Lead Member from Big Mountain this week – and make sure to experience the hottest new festival on the international music circuit. Bringing all the flair, vibrancy, soul and energy of a global festival to Colombo, Cinnamon Life is set to present this revolutionary day-long event as a contemporary festival experience with a truly global feel.

To buy tickets visit www.cinnamonboxoffice.com or call 071 711 8111.

Cinnamon Life presents Colombo Music Festival 2018 in association with Sri Lankan Airlines - powered by YES101, Legends96.6 and TV1 with Nations Trust Bank – Inner Circle as Banking partner, Conceptualized by Cinnamon Hotels & Resorts. Coca Cola as Beverage partner, Nations Trust Bank – American Express as Card partner. Television partner – Dialog TV, Energy partner – Red Bull, Liaison partner – Next Level Agency, PickMe – Mobility partner, Grasshopper – Delivery partner, Munchee – Snacking partner, Axe – Fragrance partner, Universal Sound - Audio Partner, StageLight – Stage & Partner, Print Media and Web partners Sunday Times, Daily Mirror, Daily FT, Life online, Daily Mirror.lk, Hi Magazine and HI TV, Cinema Partner Scope Cinema and Outdoor media partner Emerging Media.


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