Guinness Caribbean to Celebrate Arthur’s Day with Arthur Guinness Day Live

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Adorers across the region will raise a Guinness® Stout in celebration of the life and work of Arthur Guinness founder of the dark rich brew which is Guinness®. On Thursday, September 22, Guinness® will host the Arthur Guinness Day Live a regional TV simulcast and an online live stream to fans across the Caribbean. Arthur Guinness was an Irish brewer and the founder of the Guinness® brewery family business. Last year the Arthur Guinness Day Celebrations in the Caribbean culminated with an historic concert held at the National Stadium in Kingston.

Arthur Guinness Day
On Thursday, September 22, Guinness® will host the Arthur Guinness Day Live a regional TV simulcast and an online live stream to fans across the Caribbean.

Adorers across the region will raise a Guinness® Stout in celebration of the life and work of Arthur Guinness founder of the dark rich brew which is Guinness®.
On Thursday, September 22, Guinness® will host the Arthur Guinness Day Live a regional TV simulcast and an online live stream to fans across the Caribbean. The Arthur’s Day™ concert simulcast features soca band KES and dancehall giants Assassin and I-Octane.

For the last three years countries across the globe have celebrated the legendary founder, Arthur Guinness in a variety of ways, from a simple toast in the local bars to big concerts with thousands of fans. From Ireland and Europe across to the USA, Caribbean and ending in Asia, 24 hours of global celebrations and live music events will mark another year to toast the Guinness® legacy which was spawned from a great man and now lives on through a great team and adoring fans of the brand.

Arthur Guinness was an Irish brewer and the founder of the Guinness® brewery family business. He was an entrepreneur, visionary and philanthropist who laid the foundation for the Guinness® brewery. At 27, in 1752, Arthur's godfather Arthur Price, the Church of Ireland Archbishop of Cashel, bequeathed him £100 in his will. Guinness invested the money and in 1755 founded a brewery at Leixlip, close to Dublin. In 1759, Arthur made a bold move to the city and set up his own business making history when he invested his entire inheritance in a 9,000 year lease on the 4 acre brewery at St James’s Gate in Ireland. Thanks to Arthur, persons have been enjoying Guinness® beer for 252 years, and more to come.

On September 22 the toasting to Arthur Guinness and his legacy will kick off at 17:59 GMT. In the Caribbean many islands will be celebrating Arthur’s Day™ in local bars featuring live performances by local talent, prizes and drink specials. Across the region, Arthur Guinness Day Live TV simulcast will present the best emerging talent in soca, dancehall and reggae in concert, giving thousands of Guinness consumers as well as Guinness Caribbean Facebook fans access to the global celebration.

Last year the Arthur Guinness Day Celebrations in the Caribbean culminated with an historic concert held at the National Stadium in Kingston, Jamaica. No tickets were made available for sale and over 16,000 Guinness Consumers were rewarded with access to the event only after purchasing Guinness and winning their tickets.

Where will you be raising a Guinness® at 17:59?
Post your answers to http://www.facebook.com/GuinnessCaribbean

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The Arthur’s Day™ festivities will commence with a worldwide ‘toast to Arthur’ in Ireland at exactly 17:59 on Thursday 22nd September; honouring the date Arthur Guinness signed the lease on the St. James Gate Brewery (in 1759) and introduced GUINNESS® to the world. The toast will kick start a jam-packed night of live music performances taking place all across the world, starting in Dublin, Ireland the Arthur's Day™ celebration was set up in 2009 to coincide with the 250th anniversary of the signing of the original lease at St. James’s Gate.

Caribbean Massive Guinness Caribbean to celebrate Arthur’s Day with Arthur Guinness Day Live on September 22.

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