Many Jamaicans both locally and abroad who will not be able to attend the Shaggy and Friends show tomorrow night (Januray 4) now have an avenue to watch the highly-anticipated event live on the Internet thanks to a generous collaboration between telecoms giant Digicel and the Jamaica Observer.
Digicel is streaming the concert live to its over 600,000 fans on Facebook as well as viewers on the Shaggy and Friends website and on the Jamaica Observer website.
The online audience will also have an opportunity to donate during the show which is being staged to raise funds for the Bustamante Hospital for Children.
“Providing the live stream is an important part of how we can help to get the message out about the need to donate funds for the Bustamante Hospital, while at the same time giving online viewers a free opportunity to enjoy some of the best artistes on the world stage,” said Shelly-Ann Harris, Digicel’s senior communications manager.
On December 18, Digicel in partnership with the Shaggy Make A Difference Foundation, set up a donation line for the hospital. The phone line allows persons to contribute $50 to the charity by sending a text message to or calling 444-2498. Persons can donate now and during the live concert tomorrow.
Tessanne Chin is undoubtedly the show’s headliner coming off the heels of her highly publicized crowing on NBC’s ‘The Voice’ but Matthew Schuler has earned himself a considerable following in Jamaica as well especially among females.
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