Legendary dancehall superstar Super Cat and rapper 2 Chainz have been confirmed for Sting 2013.
Promoter Isaiah Laing says big things are in the pipeline for the event celebrating its 30th anniversary.
Music News understands that the organizers are currently negotiating with a number of high profile entertainers.
Since its first staging in 1984 STING has grown to become one of the most prestigious Dancehall/Reggae concerts in the English Speaking Caribbean.
Sadeke Brooks, Staff Reporter
Sting may be known for its yearly clashes and hardcore performances, but with headliners such as Super Cat and 2 Chainz, the organisers of the event intend to make their 30-year-old product, a global one.
Speaking with Entertainment following the announcement that dancehall big name Super Cat and rapper 2 Chainz will be the headline acts at the show on December 26, Joe Bogdanovich, one of the organisers, promised that reggae and dancehall will be shown in a positive light.