Woodstock NY greeted Torch the Evaburnin’ Flame with open arms on July 14th and he gave back a thousand-fold.  Reggae fans, locals and tourists alike gathered onto the deck at the packed Station Bar and Curio on 7/14, and were NOT disappointed!

Well over 150 people joined the celebration at the jam-packed Station in Woodstock, all to benefit a great cause. DJ FE kept the crowd bumpin’ as scores of folks danced the night away, feasted on authentic Caribbean eats, provided by Island Boyz Productions and donated their hard earned money to the Pine Street African Burial Ground in Kingston, NY.

When Torch’s performance was done, many other local reggae artists enjoyed their 15 minutes of fame and kept the crowd rockin’ far into the night.  Relive the moments by watching the video clip below.  We at Jah Love Entertainment again want to extend our gratitude both to Torch, DJ FE aka Felicia Bruno, Island Boyz Productions and especially to Lily and Ben at Station Bar and Curio for all of their help in assisting us with our show during a tumultuous, last, minute switch of venue, DJ, date and time.  This would not have been possible without you!

Thanks and many blessings!

Jah Love Entertainment and Harambee Kingston NY are pleased to FINALLY announce our “BRINGING HISTORY TO LIGHT” Benefit Concert at Selina Summer Pop-Up at The Lodge Woodstock, featuring Internationally known reggae artist, Torch the Evaburnin’ Flame 🔥🔥🔥🔥 with music by Jullan Selector Crown Walker and DJ Extra of King Chalice the 1ST Sound 🔥🔥🔥🔥

Harambee Kingston NY and The Kingston Land Trust have worked tirelessly to raise the funds needed to purchase the Pine St. African burial ground in Kingston, NY. Now we need the community’s help to raise an additional $50,000 needed to renovate the house on the property and turn it into a museum and learning center.

FOR MORE INFO ABOUT THE RECONSTRUCTION EFFORTS PLEASE CLICK THIS LINK https://kingstonlandtrust.org/…/pine-st-african-burial-grou


Harambee Kingston is a 501c3 nonprofit organization whose goal is to bring the community together through the celebration and awareness of African-American History.