Tips for seeing John Legend

The concert grounds are expected to fill quickly, so those wishing to secure good viewing of the stage should arrive as close to 6pm as possible, as that is when gates open. Opening the show at 7pm are Clever Knots, a Caymanian indie rock band. 

Caymanian artist Jeffrey Wilson then takes the stage and will perform his smash hit Desert Rose, his new single Get To Know Ya in addition to covers of such artists as Bob Marley, which he has adapted in his R&B influenced style. 

In the middle spot is Stuart Wilson and Love Culture, whose deep reggae influence and heavily instrumental sound create an arena-style Caribbean music experience. Wilson and his band are notching up reviews after a recent performance on TVJ in Jamaica.  

Love Culture will play a lively set that is sure to get fans two-stepping and amped up for the opening and headlining acts. 

Bobby V will take the stage next. This smooth and silky R&B balladeer has No. 1 singles, platinum and gold albums, has toured the world and has appeared on songs with Li’l Wayne and Ludacris, among many others. His newest album Fly on the Wall features collaborations with the likes of Plies, and work with producers who have produced jams for Ciara, Usher, The Dream, Boyz II Men and Michael Jackson. 

Live Lounge headliner John Legend requires no further introduction, however fans will be treated to an action-packed hour’s set of the artists hits including Ordinary People, Used to Love You, Save Room, Green Light and new 
hits off his upcoming album. 



Tickets are still available on and will also be sold at the gate. Organisers encourage arrivals to come early and with their tickets in hand, to ensure ease of flow into the venue and the best seats possible. 


Information booths 

There will be two information booths within the venue. These booths will contain security for your safety, as well as a great upgrade feature, if once you enter the grounds; you find you would like to get closer to the action. They will also be able to direct you to your spectator area and answer any ticket questions you may have. 


Food and drink 

The general admission ticket area is outfitted with a 120ft. bar, stocked with spirits, sodas, refreshments, and wine, courtesy of Cayman Distributors.  

This bar is at the rear of the general admission ticket area. 

In addition to this, a selection of food vendors will have booths in the general admission area including Gino’s Pizzeria with pizza by the slice, Subway for a fresh pick-me-up and Haagen Dazs for a cool treat in the balmy Cayman evening air. Delicious local food will be on offer, for those wanting a heartier culinary experience on the grounds. 


VIP entrance tickets 

Those holding VIP entrance tickets will enter through the main entrance into the concert ground. The VIP section entrants will then travel through the venue to the back left side, where a main entrance and exit will let 
them into their VIP experience. 

Inside the VIP, a tented lounge, covered cabanas, a fully stocked glow bar and seating will await. Mise en Place will be serving a selection of hand-passed heavy hors-d’oeurves and complimentary red wine, white wine and Prosecco to all VIP ticket holders. Other brands are available for sale at a cash bar. 

VIP guests can choose to enjoy the show from their covered lounge, which will be outfitted with screens displaying a live feed of the action or from a designated stage front area. 

Do not take outside food or beverages, including coolers. They will not be allowed inside the venue. 

Re-entry to the property will not be permitted if you leave. 

Guests must stay within their ticketed areas at all times.  

Children are permitted in general admission only and with adult supervision. All children must have a ticket. 

Blankets and lawn chairs are welcome. 

No video cameras or telescopic lenses allowed. Pocket, personal-use cameras are fine.