Magnum Xplosion Inferno returns to Trinidad
The Magnum Xplosion concert series will make a fiery return to Trinidad and Tobago on July 6.
The event, which has seen the shores of Guyana, Barbados and St Lucia already this year, will make its final stop at the Queen’s Park Savannah.
Aidonia, Bounty Killa, Teejay, Cocoa Tea and Louie Culture are set to take charge with homegrown acts Jahlano and Prince Swanny.
The event is set to kick off at 9 pm and promises patrons the ultimate live dancehall music experience.
Boasting the biggest names in Dancehall and Reggae, the stage show will see the performance of early 90’s to present day dancehall music. The “Uptop boss” Teejay and Aidonia both bring dancehall edge at its finest. The two are set to deliver superb performances alongside the “Grung Gad” Bounty Killer, as he makes his first-ever appearance on a Magnum Xplosion stage.
“Magnum Xplosion Inferno is set to be the biggest dancehall event out of Trinidad this year. As usual, we promise patrons a memorable experience whenever Magnum Xplosion rolls into town, and our consumers here can expect nothing but the best. Aidonia is no stranger to the Xplosion stage and the inclusion of the veteran Bounty Killer and the rising star Teejay will create a more well-rounded experience. The overall response to Magnum Xplosion in the region so far this year has been overwhelmingly positive, and we hope to maintain that momentum ignite Trinidad,” explained Kamal Powell, the brand’s Marketing Manager for the region.
The Magnum Xplosion roadshow will make its way around the island, giving consumers the opportunity to benefit from enticing Magnum specials, deals and brazen entertainment courtesy of the Magnum Dancers and DJ’s. Lucky consumers who purchase six bottles of Magnum Tonic Wine will win a ticket to the hottest event of the summer season.
Tickets for the concert are $300 for General and $450 for VIP and are currently available at Cinnabon locations at Price Plaza, Gulf City, Westmall and Trincity, The Pub House on Ariapita Avenue and online at Island E-Tickets’ website.