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New York: Veteran reggae superstars Toots Hibbert, who recently reached a court settlement for the injury he sustained in 2013, is now officially confirmed as a headline performer alongside Beres Hammond at New York's Groovin In The Park 2016. The event unfolds at Roy Wilkins Park in Queens, NY on Sunday, June 26, 2016.
This year's festival promises to be a ravishing treat for music lovers who will have the opportunity to see the Jamaican icon and former lead singer of The Maytals in concert.
“We here at Groovin Inc are extremely happy Toots has fully recovered from his injury and is ready to grace the stage again" Groovin Inc CEO Chris Roberts disclosed.
Toots was originally booked to perform at the festival in 2013 but was pulled after sustaining a head injury at an outdoor festival in Richmond, Virginia.
Reggae's timeless idol Beres Hammond, who has performed at the annual "Groovin In The Park at Roy Wilkins Park in Queens, New York on two previous occasions, has been invited to be one of the headliners for the annual festival on Sunday, June 26, 2016.
NEW YORK'S PREMIER REGGAE & R&B SUMMER CONCERT that started in 2011 as the Reggae, Rhythm & Blues (RR&B) Festival with R&B hit machine Kenny 'Babyface'Edmonds as the headline artiste at Roy Wilkins in Queens, NY has mush-roomed into Groovin' In The Park, New York City's premier summer concert. In just five years, the annual festival, made famousfor creating seismic jolts with the superlative quality of artists booked each year has provided first class entertainment for thousands of fans in the New York metro region.