Montego Bay hosts the 18th annual Reggae Sumfest festival, until 24 July. During this week, Jamaica has seen the most popular rhythms of the country with hundreds of thousands of fans around the world. The festival, the most important of reggae in the world, has had in its lineup stars such as: Shaggy, Beenie Man, Tarrus Riley, Queen Ifrica and international star of the R & B Chris Brown, not to mention the anticipated presence of international singer Usher, who won five Grammy Awards, eight Soul Train Awards and 19 Billboard awards. "Reggae was born in Jamaica and the Reggae Sumfest Festival is the most famous and most widely supported of the island, attracts the best musicians and artists in the world," said John Lynch, Director of Tourism of Jamaica. More than 30,000 people have not wanted to miss the latest edition of this great festival. Discover Jamaica and its fascinating culture with Palladium Hotels & Resorts.