The call came from General Manager of the Brimstone Hill National Park Society, Mr. Cameron Gill in a public radio interview on Monday (25th June).
Gill also said that there will be a deadline which will be announced shortly for registration as planning for the event will begin at the earliest date possible.
He further indicated that singers, poets and dancers are all welcomed to sign up to take part in the event.
The year’s edition of the concert will be used as a tribute to late reggae artist Masud Sadiki who was a constant performer on the concert and was instrumental in the organisation over a number of years.
He however stated that though the concert will be a tribute to Sadiki it will not be a sad concert but will be used to showcase local talent.
Gill stated the concert is held in honour of black ancestors who were responsible for our various art forms and also shine a light on several upcoming performers.
The Concert will be held on 12th August at the Brimstone Hill National Park.