With only two weekends left in the year, the “Good Good Bring Life” deejay has four opportunities to connect with fans in Jamaica and roll out his scorching hot selection of hits which have commanded the undivided attention of the dancehall.
First up on his social calendar is the Smirnoff-sponsored, Red Line on December 21 at the Margaritaville Beach, Ocho Rios.
Promoted as Red Line vs Shades On – The Beach Dance Clash, this outdoor event is overflowing with the right ambiance for Kalado to perform at his optimum and perhaps give a slight taste of his edgier side. Red Line also features reggae/dancehall artiste Teflon, along with Spice, G Star and Neffatari from New York.
Kalado’s next stop is GT Taylor's Christmas Extravaganza on December 25 at Independence Park in St Elizabeth. The ultimate Christmas night gala, this concert will see Kalado presenting each song as a special gift to his fans. "Christmas is time for family and at this time of the year, especially, our fans become our extended family.
I can't think of anywhere better to be during this holiday than on a stage celebrating with those persons who have helped to make me have such a successful year," Kalado disclosed. The following night, Kalado will represent at the greatest one night reggae and dancehall show in the world, Sting. This decades-old Boxing Day mega-concert, will see Kalado take his rightful place among the stars and superstars on a highly charged, one-of-a-kind stage at Jamworld, St Catherine.
Touted as the event which can make or break an artiste, Kalado is keenly aware of exactly what he needs to do to make a triumphant entry and exit on the fearsome Sting stage on December 26. He had brief moment of fame at last year's Sting when he performed in the New Artiste segment, however, this year Kalado is eager to show Sting fans just how much he matured and has officially earned his stripes.
On December 28, the “Love The Life You Live” deejay will make his way to the other end of the island to thrill fans in Westmoreland at Ravers Bikers Paradise in the capital, Savanna-la-mar. “I am ready,” Kalado stated confidently. “St Ann, St Catherine and Westmoreland, look out for electrifying performances from Kalado on all three stages.
I have a game plan for each show, and all will feature the best of Kalado, but you know that every show is different,” he said. “With Sting, you have to up the ante on the dressing and focus on making the most of the time that is allotted to you because there are so many artistes on the line-up and everybody claims to be the ‘baddest’.
But the fans will find out who is really bad and who is trying hard to be bad. Personally, I am ready for any challenge and I intend to make my music do all the talking,” the “Pay Dem No Mind” artiste declared.