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Best of Best is back again for 2010

03/18/10

Permalink 01:19:58 pm, by amilnal
Categories: Entertainment, Culture

Best of Best is back again for 2010

After the significant success of over 20,000 people gracing the Bicentennial Park at last year's edition. The organisers of the Memorial Day Miami staple Best of the Best have promised the South Florida massive an even better show for 2010. Profiling the stars of Caribbean music - from dancehall, reggae and soca, the festival also thrills fans with the top acts in hip-hop, rap and R&B. Past years have included the likes of Flo Rida, Rick Ross, Diddy, T-Pain, Jeezy, Akon and Wyclef Jean. Multi-platinum Grammy-Award winner Shaggy is excited to join this year's incredible lineup, which includes Gucci Mane, Mavado, Serani, Bounty Killer, Baby Cham, Mr. Vegas, Anthony B, Demarco, Gyptian, Tony Matterhorn and the New Kingston Band, just to name a few, with more artists to be added in coming weeks. "I think Best of the Best is dancehall's premiere concert series," reveals pop reggae superstar Shaggy. "It promotes dancehall to the masses and every year it continues to evolve and set the highest standard in that respect. It's awesome to come back and perform for the holiday crowd this Memorial Day weekend." Shaggy previously headlined the festival back in 2007. The show takes place at Bicentennial Park, located at 1075 Biscayne Boulevard in downtown Miami. Park gates open at 1:00 pm and show time is set for 1:30pm sharp. The 10-hour event does not end there. Everyone is invited to the official Best of the Best After Party, at Bongos Nightclub (located behind the American Airlines Arena), immediately following the show.

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