Join Us For
DubLab Reggae Band Summer Launch Party
June 10, 2021
starts @ 6pm at the Club
**OPEN TO THE PUBLIC**
A special live music benefit concert will take place on Thursday, June 10th, at 6 pm at the St. Thomas Yacht Club. A portion of ticket proceeds will benefit the STYC Foundation and its programs. The event is co-hosted by Intellectual Global Concepts USVI LLC (IGC) and Socialize In Paradise (S.I.P.).
Dublab Reggae Band “the Band” will be joining St. Thomas Yacht Club Foundation for a night of extraordinary reggae music on Thursday, June 10, 2021 at the St. Thomas Yacht Club located at 6224 Estate Nazareth St. Thomas, United States Virgin Islands. This benefit concert will kick off the Band’s US summer tour and launch their upcoming records.
Dublab Reggae Band was formed in 2015, on the island of St. Thomas, USVI by Mr. Junie Willocks, Mr. Eric Tavernier, Mr. Marvin Shelford, Mr. J Parris, Mr. Sherwin Williams, Mr. Kahleel Correa and Mr. Sam WIlliams. The Band features J Parris and Derek Tavernier on lead vocals and the extremely talented sound engineer, Mr. Merral Avo Henry. The Band is one of the Virgin Islands’ hottest reggae bands who has opened for some of the most iconic reggae and Caribbean bands in the industry (Tarrus Riley, Chronixx, Pressure Busspipe, KES, etc). In 2020, the Band performed at the Music is Life Festival at Reichheld Center (UVI), where the promoter Paul and Cindy Talbert were quoted saying “DubLab Reggae Band is a band to watch out for, as they’re one of the hottest up and coming bands to hit the reggae market.” Additionally, the Band members collectively have over 30 years of experience performing throughout the Virgin Islands and the domestic United States. Although the genre of music is contemporary reggae, the universality of the members and lead singers’ experience provides a plethora of authentic cultural entertainment to all music lovers. The Band’s saxophonist, Sherwin Williams, adds a terrific dimension to the sound of the band with his diversity of instruments and dynamic creativity.
Tickets are $100.00 per person and include dinner and two complimentary beverages. Don’t wait -tickets are limited and can be purchased at https://buytickets.at/stthomasyachtclubfoundation/526838
Call (340) 775-6320 or email STYCFoundation@gmail.com for more information.
Additional food and beverages available for purchase.
Government-mandated COVID protocols will be required and seats are limited.
Intellectual Global Concepts USVI LLC, also known as IGC, is a technology, media and entertainment company operating out of the USVI providing socially responsible companies with the opportunity to give back to the growing economy of the USVI. Through an established global network, IGC strides to help companies in these spaces reach their maximum potential. Co-founders Paul and Cindy Talbert hope to inspire new innovative concepts through the use of technology and human interaction.
For more information visit https://igcusvi.com.
Socialize In Paradise (S.I.P.) was recently launched to provide an opportunity for island residents and visitors to participate in various special events, land, sea and travel excursions, and other fun activities while networking with interesting folks. Its founders are long time island residents and business owners Priscilla Lynn and Jon Wakelee Foster.
For more information visit https://www.facebook.com/SocializeInParadise
About STYC Foundation
The STYC Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, Tax ID#66-0944688. Its mission is the support of the sport of sailing, courts sports and community programs supporting these activities, as well as the improvements and maintenance of the St. Thomas Yacht Club facilities and the preservation of its history. All event proceeds in excess of the costs for the event will go to STYC Foundation for the benefit of the following;
- STYC Youth /Adult Sailing Programs
- Sailing Scholarship Programs
- Sailing Olympic campaign sponsorship
- Community Partnership Events
- Regatta sponsorship opportunities
- Improvements/maintenance of STYC club facilities
- STYC History Project
Government mandated COVID protocols will be in effect.
The Foundation is a 501c3 organization and donations are tax-deductible.
The mission of the Foundation is the support of the sport of sailing, courts sports and community programs supporting these activities, as well as the improvements and maintenance of the St. Thomas Yacht Club facilities and the preservation of its history.
Donation Opportunities include:
Improvements/maintenance of STYC club facilities
STYC History Project
STYC Youth /Adult Sailing Programs
Sailing Scholarship Programs
Sailing Olympic campaign sponsorship
Community Partnership Events
Regatta sponsorship opportunities
Gifts to the Foundation qualify for income tax deductions permitted under Federal and Virgin Island law. For copies of documents detailing The St. Thomas Yacht Club Foundation’s tax exempt status, please contact us at:
The St. Thomas Yacht Club Foundation, Inc.
6224 Estate Nazareth
St. Thomas, VI 00805