Looking for great music while in St. Thomas? Maybe you are visiting the island for business or a vacation, or maybe you live here in this beautiful place. Well this weekend, on March 30, 2013, you will find some great music to listen to. I know that when I’m on vacation, that I always love to listen to great music that is live. The experience is always very fun and entertaining.
Etana will be playing music at Reichhold Center for the Arts in St. Thomas this weekend. You can find her music on her website.
Etana started in the reggae music genre back in 2008 with her very popular breakout hit “Roots” and soon had built a large fan base with many more great songs. Her debut CD, The Strong One, was highly successful and she then created many more songs that became hits such as “I Am Not Afraid,” “Blessings” and “Don’t Forget.”
She is known as “Jamaica’s reggae princess” and performs at the biggest and most popular reggae festivals around the world, and made her debut in South America in 2011.
About the Reichhold Center for the Arts
The Reichhold Center for the Arts is on the island of St. Thomas in the U.S. Virgin Islands. This center is home to many concerts and performances and is a great location to hear many great live performances. The many great performances included Ray Charles and the Moscow Ballet.
Reichhold Center for the Arts has two levels, with the upper level consisting of a proscenium stage, orchestra pit, two star dressing rooms, and ample backstage working space and storage areas. The lower level consists of the chorus dressing rooms, rehearsal spaces, an art gallery and much more.
The amphitheater contains nearly 2,000 seats. There are both covered and open seating in the amphitheater. There is rain protection just in case it rains as well.