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Best of the Best 2014 Lineup: Beres Hammond, Beenie Man, Tarrus Riley, 17 Others

"Don't leave your flags at home!"

That's an important tip from the Best of the Best folks.

'Cause this year's Memorial Day Weekend concert in Miami is a "100% Caribbean show," just like the last few editions, swapping the Ricky Rozays and DJ Khaleds for steady shots of straight reggae, dancehall, soca, and other island sounds.

So all our Jamaicans, Trinidadians, Haitians ... Break out the banners, the patriotic bikinis, the national-pride tees. And check the cut for the Best of the Best 2014 lineup.

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Best of the Best 2014 Lineup

-Beres Hammond

-Barrington Levy

-Cocoa Tea

-Beenie Man

-Tarrus Riley


-Singing Melody


-Elephant Man


-Bunji Garlin

-Edwin Yearwood


-Shal Marshall



-GBM Nutron



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Best of the Best 2014. Sunday, May 25. Bayfront Park, 301 Biscayne Blvd., Miami. The gates open at 2 p.m. and tickets cost $47 to $139 plus fees. Visit bestofthebestconcert.com.

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