Jamaica Day was first celebrated on August 6, 1962 by raising the National Flag which signified the birth of the nation. This auspicious occasion is celebrated every year in Jamaica and 6th day of August is noted as a national holiday in Jamaica. The history of independence of Jamaica was approved through General elections. February 1962 saw the Legislation & the Premier Norman Manley approving the new constitution and called it the General Elections. A festival is held on this occasion, which is commonly known as the Jamaica Festival. This festival provides a major trading opportunity for a number of Jamaicans. The mandate of the Jamaica Festival is to primarily focus on the 'Things Jamaican'; the creativity in Jamaican and their cultural awareness across different levels in socio-economic reforms.
Jamaica Day Event
Room Name: Jamaica Day 2017 - Entrance
Room Owner: kalesalad