Justin Wellington Guest Artist at Denarau Food Wine and Music Festival This Weekend

Justin Wellington Guest Artist at Denarau Food Wine and  Music Festival This Weekend

Tourism Fiji, 4 October 2019 – Pacific Island singing sensation, Mr. Justin Wellington will be making his debut performance in Fiji this weekend at this Denarau Food, Wine and Music Festival that’s being held in Nadi today (Saturday 5 th October).

In an interview yesterday, Mr. Wellington said, “I’ve been to Fiji numerous times, but I’ve never actually performed here so when festival organizers invited me to perform it was a no brainer for me. Fiji is one of the countries that really promotes my music on the radio and airwaves and though I’ve never worked with Knox Entertainment before, when we met there was a great connection and I’m looking forward to performing this weekend!”

While encouraging music lovers to come out this weekend, Mr Wellington said, “You won’t be disappointed! There’s an array of musical talents and artists at this year’s event. I will be performing some of my first few hit songs and a new track, titled ‘My Girl’ that I just recently

Also featuring at the event is Fijian alternative rock band ‘Glass Alley Fiji’ who are excited to be performing this weekend. Band member Mr. Alby Eastgate said, “We’ll be performing two unheard songs at the festival, and I would just like to encourage everyone to come out and have a great time whilst supporting local musicians and artists.”

Other well-known artists performing at the festival include Knox & the Brotherhood, Nem & Talei, DJ Christonite, Will & Sem, RAKO, Love33, Groove Co and Terio Dagoniyasi.

The event runs from 3pm to midnight on Denarau Island in Nadi and has food stalls, dedicated beverage tents and non-stop live performances. Hotels and resorts have come on board to help market the event which promises to be another fun-filled entertainment experience for festival goes.

The one-day event also showcases wine suppliers and the best local live performances in dance music and art. The event is one of a handful that Tourism Fiji supports through its Events Development Fund (EDF) which was launched in 2017.