The ‘Champion Boy’ Alkaline returns with New Rules To The National Stadium for a second stating of his New Rules Music Festival

At the first staging, Earlan Bartley o.c Alkaline had not performed for his core audience on local soil in three years and fans were hungry to consume what he had in store.

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However, this Easter, April 25 2020, the ‘man himself’ will return to Jamaica’s national stadium for the  second staging of New Rules where he is expecting another record-breaking turn out and  deliver another groundbreaking performance + surprises.

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In an interview with a popular Jamaican media outlet., Alkaline’s manager and sister, Kereena Beckford, said the deejay is anticipating his performance.

“Alkaline is looking forward to performing for his fans. It’s going to be epic,” she said.

“The line-up will be released in the coming weeks but I can tell you now that it will be diverse so it’s going to be a great show,” she said.

Beckford told the popular media outlet that based on the anticipation, it was best to take

the event back to its home.

“We wanted to offer our patrons the best and highest possible level of experience and we felt that the National Stadium is the best place for us to be,” she said pointing out that this year security has been increased a hundredfold.

“We will be inside the stadium this time around and so we will be better able to fully secure the area. Patrons can expect guaranteed security. We will be working along with the officers to ensure that all perimeters are secured as our patrons’ safety is our number one priority.”

Our reporters reached out to Alkaline’s sister Kerena Beckford for our own scoop and this is what she told us;

“Pay keen attention to the word diverse, that i mentioned in an interview with another popular media outlet” stated an ecstatic Beckford.

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