Tarrus Riley and Chronixx to perform at “Vibes on the Island” in The Bahamas


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The Vibes on the Island” concert which is sponsored by The Sandals Foundation, The Coca-Cola Company and Caribbean Bottling Company Bahamas has been rescheduled for Saturday, April 25, 2015. The concert was originally scheduled for October of 2014 but was cancelled due to inclement weather.

“Due to unforeseen weather conditions, we were unfortunately unable to host “Vibes on the Island” last October,” noted Heidi Clarke, Director of Programs for the Sandals Foundation. “We are so pleased, however, to have rescheduled what promises to be an energetic and sensational event with top-notch performers. We are looking forward to a successful evening thanks to the support of our local and international sponsors, and encourage Bahamians near and far to come out as we together raise funds for a very worthy cause.”

The charity fundraiser will feature live performances from internationally acclaimed reggae artist, Tarrus Riley and Chronixx, with special guests Dean Fraser & the Blak Soil Band and ZincFence Redemption.

“Vibes on the Island 2015” will once again take place on Sandals’ Private Island at Sandals Royal Bahamian Spa Resort & Offshore Island in Nassau, Bahamas

The concert in support of the Providing Access to Continued Education programme (P.A.C.E.) will also be sponsored, in part, by: Flight Centre Travel Group, JetBlue Airways, Columbian Emeralds, and The Nassau Guardian Limited.

All proceeds from this year’s benefit concert will go to P.A.C.E. and to the completion of their building fund. P.A.C.E. provides much needed support and education to teenage mothers while promoting awareness to help reduce teen pregnancy among young adults in Nassau, Bahamas. As a proud partner, the Sandals Foundation – the non-profit arm of Sandals Resorts, Beaches Resorts and Grand Pineapple Resorts – remains committed to raising funds that will see to the completion of building a brand new, multi-purpose facility ensuring that young mothers have access to a support center that will accommodate administrative, health care, nursery and academic services.