For the first time, BritJam Day time adventures are no-longer exclusive. All patrons are allowed. With the purchase of a ticket via single admission cost or with the possession of a season band a patron can now enjoy the beloved day party events. These events are tailored with UK & USA patrons in mind, so expect a premium blend of drinks, food and overall experience.
Take a look at the marvelous highlights from BritJam 2012 on our pixs page. This page offers up to 50 beautiful pictures for each event. They say a picture can tell you one thousand words, with that said an entire story can be told by taking a look at these pictures. Take your time and go through each album and relive the experiences through expert photography
BritJam stands apart from any other event in the world as it boasts an unheared total of 13 premium events during a one week span. Over the years we’ve noticed that attending all events is an increasing challenge. Explore the events and choose wisely, or better yet, Can you manage all 13 events? Take the challenge!
Brit Jam is an Ultimate Spring Break party holiday. The concept is based on infusing British and American Cultures with Jamaican Culture and providing the chance for those who have always wanted to visit the island by doing so with familiar faces. We invite popular UK and Jamaican DJ‟s and artists to showcase their talents during the entire week.
The idea is to mix music genres and audiences that would not necessarily be together. By doing so, it also offers a platform for up and coming artists to perform internationally alongside the biggest stars in the Jamaican music industry.
With the event steadily growing over the past three years, it has given the organizers a chance to improve the festival and bring it to international standards. With each individual promoter bringing their own flavour, coupled by years of experience in the entertainment industry with strong skill sets and attributes to complement each other this becomes the perfect recipe for an unbeatable team. All events during this festival are successful independently; both locally and internationally, then when fused together the ultimate party vacation is created.
Jamaica’s second largest city, MONTEGO BAY, nestles between the gently sloping Bogue, Kempshot and Salem hills, and extends some ten miles from the haunts of the suburban rich in Reading at its western edge to the plush villa developments and resort hotels of Ironshore and Rose Hall to the east. It’s made up of two distinct parts: the main tourist strip Gloucester Avenue (rechristened by the marketing people as the “Hip Strip”), and the city proper, universally referred to as “downtown” – a split so sharp that most tourists never venture further than the dividing roundabout.
The “Hip Strip” wouldn’t exist were it not for Montego Bay’s prize asset: a dazzling bay with miles of coral reef (now designated a marine park) and some beautiful beaches. Much of the coastline has been snapped up by the hotels but there are three main public beaches along the length of Gloucester Avenue, all with showers, changing rooms, snack outlets and watersports concessions and a minimal entrance fee.