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La Factoria and Josseph to shine next weekend


Directly from Panama, the Dancehall Duo, La Factoria will be on the island entertaining fans on December 19th. The spectacular show has already been booked and the headliners are eager to visit La Isla Bonita. Having topped the charts worldwide, it is expected that their performance will be one to remember. A Sundancer and King of Kings production, the La Factoria concert will also include the fabulous entertainment of San Pedro’s very own Rock in Peace, as well as the voice of Nestor Rivero of DNA popularity. Belting out his new single “Largate”, Josseph from Panama will open the stage for La Factoria. Already fans have begun the buzz and the Reggae artist is excited for his visit.
Ticket sales for the show have been going well and prices are as follows: Children – $20 (advance) $30 (at the door); Adults – $50 (advance) $60 (at the door). Tickets are available Sundancer, Reef Radio and Stadium Sports Bar. La Factoría is a Panamanian Dancehall duo. As of 2008, they are formed by Demphra (Marlene Romero) and Joycee (Johanna Gisel Mendoza Romero). They have been recognized for their fusion of reggae, R&B, house, and hip-hop. They have done tours in both North and South America and in Europe, and songs such as Todavía and No Lastimes Más which have topped the charts worldwide. Their hits include: Todavía (Still), Hombre Ajeno (Taken Man), No Lastimes Más (No More Tears), Déjame Vivir (Let me live) together with Mach and Daddy, and Perdóname (Forgive Me), with Eddy Lover.

Check out their video for Perdoname:

Josseph with his new single “Largate”:

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