Jamaica 50 Celebration Inc. & Jamaican Canadian Association 

Enter now for your chance to win two tickets to the “Jamaica Land We Love” Gala, contest rules are below.


All entrants must be 18 years of age and a legal resident of Canada at time of entry. All entrants are to answer the skill testing question below correctly to claim the prize. First person to email with correct answer to skill testing question wins and will be notified via email. ENTER NOW –>

Skill-testing question: When and where is the Jamaica Land We Love Gala?

Contest closes at 11:59pm on Wednesday August 8th. Tickets include the Gala’s second presentation of The ’62 Reception, and for show-only Jamaica Jubilee and The After Party, 9 p.m. door – with a value of $75 per ticket.

Dress Code in effect – no jeans, baseball caps, runners or jerseys.

What:        A star-studded celebration of the historic milestone of Jamaica’s 50th anniversary of independence

Where:      Metro Toronto Convention Centre (South building), 255 Front Street West

Date:          Saturday, August 11

Time:         5:30 p.m. (show-only 9 p.m.)

Tickets:    $175, $350, $500

Jamaica Jubilee & The After Party show-only $75

Tickets are on sale now. To purchase tickets online, please visit or visit for more information.

– An evening dedicated to the splendour, rhythms, heart and soul that is Jamaica. Toasting Jamaica and honouring great Canadian-Jamaican achievements.

– Hosted by CBC Television’s Dwight Drummond and Anne-Marie Mediwake.

– The spectacular, four-part evening includes The ’62 Reception, Dinner in Hope Gardens, Jamaica Jubilee and The After Party.

Jamaica Jubilee: A jaw-dropping cast of Jamaican and Canadian artists and personalities will be part of a multi-media showcase of visuals, music, dance, comedy and spoken word.

Performances and appearances by: Jay Douglas with the All-Stars Orchestra, Derrick Harriott, Leroy Gibbons, Kreesha Turner, Steele, Nana McLean, Ammoye, Blakka Ellis, DJ Eugene Chang, Dwayne Morgan, Heritage Singers, Iyah Yant Drummers, Kafaye Rose, KasheDance, Letna Allen, Rachael-Lea Rikards, Robert Owen, Stephen Lewis & the KCC Choir, Wire,and Miss Universe Jamaica 2012 Chantal Zaky.

The After Party: The thunderous energy and electric colours of Jamaica’s nightclubs today – partiers dance the night away – with set performances by featured artists – old and nu-skool.

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