Showing posts from May, 2019

Kya Publishing to Support the STAGES CANADA Reggae Artist Development Platform

TORONTO, ONT (May 2019) - Kya Publishing has joined the Stages Canada team for their upcoming Jamaican showcase and related events, and will be providing promotional and communications support this season. The official Stages Canada media launch, scheduled to take place on Friday, May 31 at Margaritaville in Ocho Rios , Jamaica, will be the first of many productions as Stages continues new artist development in Canada and in Jamaica. Stages has been one of Canada's premiere artist development platforms since 2015; along with sponsors VIBE 105.5fm and Fresh Start 4 Youth Services, the team has been gearing up for this moment for years. "We were always getting requests from emerging artists in Jamaica to expand our platform here, and as a team we knew that there would be more than reggae in store," said Stages CEO Carrie Mullings, host of the weekly all-Canadian reggae music program "Rebel Vibez" on VIBE 105.5fm. The media launch will feature Jamaican come

Kya Publishing to Participate in the Durham Caribbean Festival on June 29 at Pickering High School

TORONTO, ONT (May 2019) - Toronto-based Publishing and Communications company Kya Publishing will be participating in the upcoming Durham Caribbean Festival , on Saturday, June 29th. The all day festival, taking place at Pickering High School (180 Church Street North, Ajax) will be a part of the official Durham Caribbean Week festivities, and is the largest Caribbean celebration in the Durham Region. Featuring street performers, live entertainment, children's activities, a carnival parade, marketplace, and a special Caribbean Breakfast Party, the Festival will celebrate their 9th year in operation with free admission for all and an exciting cultural experience for the community to enjoy. At the new location this year, attendees will be able to take part in indoor and outdoor activities. "Taking part in the Durham Caribbean Festival back in 2013 was an important experience for us, and we are happy to return for this year's special Caribbean Breakfast Party," sa