JAH CURE GIVES EUROPE AN AUTUMN SURPRISE
International reggae superstar and Danger Zone/SoBe Entertainment recording artiste Jah Cure is now in Europe ready to commence a multi-city tour. The tour will begin on October 22 in Switzerland and ends in Paris on November 2 with stops in Germany, Portugal and Belgium.
While it?s not usual for a Reggae artiste to be touring Europe in the autumn, such is the pull of Jah Cure. The singer who is in Europe with his new band An.Ti.Dote has had a significant presence on the charts in Jamaica and the Caribbean since the start of the year and Europe has been calling. Della Danger, CEO of Danger Zone Records says the tour is important: “Since our last tour we have been receiving numerous requests to return as there were some places that we did not get to go the last time. Jah Cure is really popular all over Europe and we thought the year should not end without his fans on that side of the world having a chance to see him.”
The tour will see Jah Cure performing in five countries from The Netherlands in the North to Portugal in the south. Danger Zone/SoBe Entertainment recording artiste Jah Cure is very excited about the tour: ?It is wonderful that I can again get the chance to spread the message of love and peace throughout Europe. This year has been a good year for me and this tour is my autumn surprise for my European fans.”
Last year Jah Cure performed to rave reviews at the Rototom Festival at Rivellino Park in Osoppo Italy, while also making sold out stops in Germany, France, Sweden, Denmark, Holland and many other European cities. This year The Cure will again bring his unique brand of reggae music to the masses. Jah Cure’s autumn surprise consists of a new band, a slew of new hits and a constant message of love; with songs like Call on Me, You?ll Never Find, Hot Long Time and many others this tour will definitely be a success.
JAH CURE’S TOUR SCHEDULE
Oct 23 ? Zuirch, Switzerland
Oct 24 ? Lisbon, Portugal
Oct 27 ? Munich, Germany
Oct 28 ? Berlin, Germany
Oct 30 ? Mannheim, Germany
Oct 31 ? Amsterdam, Holland
Nov 1 ? Ghent, Belgium
Nov 2 ? Paris, France