Third World to headline America’s Cup
Reggae legends Third World take the stage on Sunday night after the close of races at the America’s Cup.
The Jamaican group, celebrating 43 years as an act, return to the island with their reggae fusion at the main stage of the America’s Cup Village.
The group will lead a range of entertainers until the village closes at 7pm.
Third World’s history includes ten Grammy nominations and a catalogue of hits, including Now That We Found Love, 96 Degrees in the Shade and Try Jah Love.
Sunday marks the fourth day of competition in the America’s Cup Match, presented by Louis Vuitton, and will see Oracle Team USA, defender of the America’s Cup, continue their battles with Challenger Emirates Team New Zealand from 2pm.
Cat Coore of Third World said the group was “super energised” to jam with racers, crew and America’s Cup attendees, saying every time the group touched down on the island, “it feels like we are coming home — so we welcome being back in your arms, Bermuda”.
“We are looking forward to taking in race four with Oracle Team USA and Emirates Team New Zealand battling it out, as well as walking on the pink sand beaches, having a Dark ‘n Stormy and performing all the hits and entertaining you.”
A limited number of tickets for Sunday 25th June at the America’s Cup Village are still available now from $50 via www.americascup.com/tickets.
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