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Postby KarenS » Thu Jan 18, 2007 10:08 am


~Celebrate the "Luck of the Irish” During the Cricket World Cup in Jamaica this St. Patrick's Day~

OCHO RIOS, JAMAICA (January 17, 2007) – Trade in reggae, Red Stripe and jerk chicken for traditional Irish music, a pint of Guinness and Irish stew to celebrate the fighting Irish on St. Patrick's Day, March 17th, as the legendary all-inclusive Sunset Jamaica Grande Resort & Spa debuts its first-ever 'Irish-Fest'.

As Jamaica plays host to the 2007 International Cricket Council World Cup, Sunset Jamaica Grande Resort & Spa will host several Ireland Cricket team fans and family members. With the luck of the Irish and four leaf clovers in hand, Irish-Fest will celebrate Ireland's entrance into the Cricket World Cup following the Ireland vs. Pakistan cricket match, which will take place on St. Patrick's Day at Sabina Park.

Irish-Fest will fuse Jamaican beats with traditional Irish music in the splendor of this white-sand beach resort, complete with a spectacular variety of amenities, five restaurants, two beach grills, eight bars, spa and stellar location. Five lavish swimming pools, waterfalls, jacuzzis and plunge pools meander through this beachside complex, offering the ideal getaway for singles, couples, families and groups.

The Duffy Brothers, an Irish pop band reminiscent of the Backstreet Boys, will headline the evening, performing a fantastic fusion of traditional Irish music with Celtic rock and reggae following their appearances at Ireland's world cup cricket matches against Zimbabwe and Pakistan. Extraordinary local reggae artists will also perform as guests dance to the island beat.
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