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News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. April 28, 2017: Here are the top stories making news on the Caribbean entertainment scene for the week-ending April 28, 2017:
Wednesday April 26th, 2017 – Montreal, QC Canada.  The Montreal International Reggae Festival (MIRF) celebrates its 14th season which will be celebrated with some of Jamaica’s most loved artists August 18, 19, 20, 2017 at The Old Port in the heart of downtown Montreal. Promising fans the highest caliber of Jamaican and West Indian talent, and maintaining their theme ‘United Against Violence,’ MIRF 2017 is proud to present lovers of Reggae, Dancehall, Lover’s Rock, Comedy and Gospel with talent that will leave lasting memories.
New York, New York (April 23, 2017) One of the most exciting aspects of reggae culture took place inside Amazura nightclub in Queens, New York last Saturday. It was the second annual US Rumble nationals, produced by Irish and Chin, seven sound systems entered a musical "war" for a spot in the international Irish and Chin World Clash competition.
May 5 at 10 AM and 11:30 AM.  The Monster Who Ate My Peas is based on the multiple award-winning book written by Danny Schnitzien and illustrated by Matthew Faulkner. This funny musical tells the poignant story of a young boy named Danny who doesn't want to eat his peas, so he makes a deal with a monster who appears underneath his kitchen table.
Kingston: In 1996, two unlikely Jamaican artists, DJ Bounty Killer and singer Richie Stephens teamed on a song called "Mania" that was included on Bounty's 'My Xperience' album. The combination proved lethal and immediately set the dancehall world in a musical frenzy. Almost 22 years later, Bounty and Richie have partnered again, this time with Richie's Italian Ska Nation band on a hot new Ska track called "Bad Boys In Town."
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