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Something Extra | Thursday

Published:Thursday | February 2, 2023 | 12:24 AM
Host for the evening, Kamila McDonald, owner of Kamila’s Kitchen and one of Flair’s 23 Women to Watch in 2023, greets the enthusiastic audience in an eye-catching printed ensemble as guitar player Jason Wharton cheers her on.
Host for the evening, Kamila McDonald, owner of Kamila’s Kitchen and one of Flair’s 23 Women to Watch in 2023, greets the enthusiastic audience in an eye-catching printed ensemble as guitar player Jason Wharton cheers her on.
Reggae artiste Julian Marley putting on a splendid performance at the Thank Jah Is Friday live show last Friday.
Reggae artiste Julian Marley putting on a splendid performance at the Thank Jah Is Friday live show last Friday.
 St Elizabeth native and reggae artiste Kumar started off the Thank Jah Is Friday show with a powerful performance, captivating the audience with his unique sound.
St Elizabeth native and reggae artiste Kumar started off the Thank Jah Is Friday show with a powerful performance, captivating the audience with his unique sound.
Couple Shannon Chen-See (left) and Chad Nehemiah stopped by Skyline Levels to enjoy the amazing live reggae music.
Couple Shannon Chen-See (left) and Chad Nehemiah stopped by Skyline Levels to enjoy the amazing live reggae music.
Japanese dancehall sensation ZendaMan was in attendance.
Japanese dancehall sensation ZendaMan was in attendance.
Reggae artiste Runkus (left) and Zia Benjamin made sure to come out and support the talented performers.
Reggae artiste Runkus (left) and Zia Benjamin made sure to come out and support the talented performers.
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Kamila’s Kitchen, located along Skyline Drive, was the perfect place for the Red Stripe-sponsored Thank Jah Is Friday live show with beloved artistes Julian Marley and Kumar. The hilltop retreat had the right ambience and energy for the heartwarming performances put on by the two artistes. Not only was there delicious vegan food, but the turnout was equipped with many well-known reggae artistes and live-music lovers alike. Something Extra brings you the highlights.