PRESS RELEASE – This year the Heineken Beer Garden will be one with a difference, according to Heineken Brand Manager Gaius Harry.
The Heineken Beer Garden, which is now a staple at Pigeon Island during the main-stage events, will be transformed into an ultra-all inclusive oasis of excitement.
And, for EC$350 on each day, persons can enjoy the Saint Lucia Jazz & Arts Festival main-stage events in the luxury and comfort of the Heineken Beer Garden. This package (and tickets are limited) includes a welcome gift-pack, tickets to Pigeon Island, food and drinks (WLBL products), with waiter service. The beer garden will also feature exclusive entertainment during set change-overs as well as the beautiful Heineken ladies.
The main stage event on Saturday, May 10 will feature P-Square, Elvis Crespo, Kem and the Saint Lucia Jazz Expose. The Sunday, May 11 event will be headlined by Maxwell and will also feature the Commodores, Tessane Chin, Monty Alexander and BlueMango’.
Heineken Saint Lucia is a gold sponsor and official beer of the 2014 Saint Lucia Jazz & Arts Festival and is looking forward to adding to all the fervour and excitement of this year’s event.
Heineken is also excited about the return of Jazz on the Square to the city and has partnered with Landmark events as presenting sponsor. The Heineken Beer Garden will also be a feature on the Derek Walcott Square, which will feature acts like ASAP, DYP, Barbara Cadet and Skip Monday among others from May 7-9.
Heineken has also partnered with a number of entities for their events during the Saint Lucia Jazz & Arts Festival. These include Jazz on the Bay in Marigot, Fond D’or Jazz, Jazz on the Grill and Labowi Promotions Jazz in the south. Heineken is also a sponsor of RCI’s Jazz after-party, the Black Tie affair on May 8.
Harry has described Heineken’s sponsorship and involvement as phenomenal.
“This is a testimony to our faith in the Saint Lucia Jazz & Arts Festival. A testimony to our belief in the ability of our people to stage world class events and our corporate responsibility to help nurture the technical skills and the arts,” he said.