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Experience the Spirit of Jamaica at Vibrations Festival in Phuket

The hugely-popular Vibrations Festival is making its way back to The Slate Phuket for a weekend filled with immersive entertainment that captures the essence of Jamaica on March 16.

Attendees are invited to delve into a celebration of art, fashion, music, and creativity in various expressions, while indulging in an Isaan feast featuring grilled pork, sticky rice, som tum, and Asian jambalaya.

The event will showcase body painting by the talented visual artist Trey Hurst, a fashion runway by the acclaimed designer Eric Raisina, a mesmerizing fire show, an enthralling free-flight bird show, and a chance to dance under the stars to tunes from DJ Marcos.

A major attraction will be a performance by Job 2 Do, Thailand’s leading reggae band known for their successful albums and global fanbase.

Job’s music, a mix of reggae, ska, Thai country, folk, and dub, promises an electrifying experience that gets everyone dancing.

This festival has become a landmark event in Phuket, solidifying The Slate’s reputation as a hub of modern culture.

It is set in the resort’s Coliseum Lawn, a beautiful natural amphitheater where guests can relax on the soft grass, enjoy cocktails among the palm trees, and dance under the night sky.

Event packages, which include food, a welcome drink, and half a bottle of wine per person, start at THB 2,500 per person. Accommodation options are also available.

For reservations, you can send an email to or alternatively, call them at 076-327-383.