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October 16 – 19, 2020


Jamaica’s Biggest Family Party Weekend

We will start by saying we are one big Jamaican family – out of many one people – and this is represented in our three directors.

Since independence there has not been a real focus in celebrating us as a people historically. It is with this in mind that our core mission statement and achievable goal is for one weekend every year we celebrate us as one big Jamaican family.



Dubbed the “king of the airwaves”, Barrington “Barry G” Gordon was the first radio broadcaster to leave the radio studios and play out all over Jamaica and the world. Barry G started his career at the Jamaica Broadcasting Corporation in September 1975 and quickly solidified his place as one of Jamaica’s number 1 radio personalities.

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School excursions, educational summer camps, back to school events, scholarship pogrammes, health advise – all initiatives that are close to our hearts to make a difference in our communities one by one to give back to those who are most vulnerable but should also have a fair chance!

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Jamaica’s Biggest Family Link-up Party

For 40 years I have been given the opportunity to talk to mothers, fathers, grand parents and kids through this medium. Those same kids now call me Uncle Barry and for all these years I have had a vision of how do I say thanks for being a part of your family and being a part of us growing together.

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Island Lux – Beach Park is the only location in Jamaica and the Caribbean that holistically serve the different dishes that represent our culture, celebrate the diversity and unity of our history, the preservation of our land of wood and water, and the spice that is within our people – a festival of flavors – presented with a genuine smile and warm Jamaican hospitality.

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Island Lux Beach – Negril




Giving back to the community

We at Three’s Company believe in giving back to the community.

The donation per booking will be given to Hanover Hope Foundation and BarryGFoundation. HHF is co-chaired, by Reverend Glenroy Clarke and Pastor George Bates. Hanover Hope Foundation’s vision is to create an environment where the most underprivileged children and youths in Hanover gain greater social exposure and awareness while reviving the spirit of volunteerism. HHF organizes a back to school event, summer camps, class excursion to Kingston, a job and university readiness symposium and other activities.

The BarryG Foundation focuses on scholarships, assists young Jamaicans in finding a job placement, gives health advise and many other charitable activities.

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