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Jamaica International Music Radio 100.7 FM

Out of Alva,

9 Miles, St. Ann

Construction began on February of 2015 with the main, front gate. In March of 2016, an Earthship building crew returned with international volunteers to continue building the beginning of The Jamaica International Reggae Museum!

Phase Two: International volunteers & the locals learned via hands-on,took part in the construction experience of one unit. We are actively raising funds, materials and support to realize the dream of a sustainable destination campus for The Jamaica International Reggae Museum, a Radio Station, Restaurant, Live Events & Outdoor Amphitheater,Heritage Site and More! 

After securing proper high speed internet, the organization has shared this enhancement and thereby the town's ability to thrive and communicate.

The goal is now to invite one and all to participate in growing this Jamaican non-for profit company. As we participate in our cultural heritage let us preserve our rich history.

One Love & One Heart!!

Experience the Sights, Sounds and Tastes of Jamaica!



Learn all about the history of reggae music with help from Chazz Morris, the director and visionary of Jamaica International Reggae Museum. We hope to share the beauty of our rich and dynamic culture locally and internationally.


In addition to the rooms dedicated to the history and evolution of our island's music, there are other attractions for your family to visit. Plan to stop by the theater to enjoy live music or visit the eatery to try exquisite Jamaican cuisine.


Jamaica International Reggae Museum has announced the acquisition of its community radio station frequency- Jamaica International Music Radio 100.7 FM, Alva, Nine Mile St. Ann. Click to listen.

Who We Are

Management and coordination of this heartfelt project will help to preserve our roots and culture by showcasing our artists, music and the history of Jamaican music with the overall goal of providing charitable assistance with education of the nation's youths.

Key individuals are needed who have the expertise and ability to bring this vision to life and enhance this project. We invite everyone to join us in making these goals become a reality. We can't do this amazing project alone!! 

Contact Us

Contact us to request more information about Jamaica International Reggae Museum.

Jamaica International Reggae Museum, Director: Chazz Morris


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Hours of Operation

*Project Underway under construction*

Inquiry Form

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