Dub Club began as a small party in the St. Andrew hills, but it has expanded to become one of the most significant dub parties in Jamaica. Hundreds of people climb the hill each Sunday to enjoy the turntable work of Gabre Selassie, who is important in the move to preserve and distribute roots music and soundsystem culture. Dub Club began in 2002, and Selassie has been there from the start. All kinds of people come to enjoy the music, and the venue features murals of dancers waving the Rasta flag. As you read the quote on the wall, you’ll know you’ve arrived somewhere special: “The only good system is a soundsystem.” There are also vendors selling books and local art, and food is served on the deck that offers breathtaking views over Kingston.
About 365 Things to Do, See and Eat in Jamaica
Jamaica has so many unique foods, places and events to offer. These things are often missed by visitors to Jamaica and even locals. Our goal is to have you try new things and see what Jamaica has to fully offer with something to do 365 days of the year. Please note that these are all our opinions and we are always open to suggestions.
Photo Source: Kingston Dub Club