The Tobago Jazz Experience brought the Speyside Recreation Ground to life on Saturday night with “Jazz in the East”, where local and regional acts thrilled a large and expectant crowd.
Headlining the night were reggae crooner Tarrus Riley and his fellow Jamaican, dancehall star Tanya Stephens.
Here are some photos released by the THA Department of Information.
(i) A young Katzenjammers pannist gets his time in the spotlight during their early performance.
(ii) Kabasi puts on a soulful showing.
(iii) Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley, right, and his wife are greeted on their arrival by Catherine Anthony-Charles, left, the wife of Chief Secretary Kelvin Charles, who is also in photo.
(iv) Guardah Knight brings his energy to the stage.
(v) Patrons enjoying the performance of dancehall star Tanya Stephens.
(vi) The Speyside crowd having a great time.
(vii) The Speyside crowd having a great time.
(viii) Tanya Stephens did not disappoint her fans with a thrilling performance.
(ix) Tarrus Riley wows the Speyside crowd during his performance.
(x) Tarrus Riley wows the Speyside crowd during his performance.
(xi) Veteran guitarist Glen Browne, one of Tarrus Riley’s band members, clearly enjoyed his time onstage.
(xii) A view of the large Speyside crowd for “Jazz in the East”.
The smooth vocals of Nex Chapta lead singer John G.