THE LEGENDARY REGGAE SUPERSTAR ★✰★ COCOA TEA ★✰★ ✰ LOUIE CULTURE ✰ ETANA ✰ & FRIENDS ★ ALL BACKED BY: THE STEP BY STEP BAND ★ SATURDAY OCTOBER 25, 2014 PRINCE HALL aka William E Reed Auditorium 24 WASHINGTON ST BOSTON MA. 02121 MUSIC BY: VIBRATION SOUND, SOUND INTL & BUD E. GREEN. HOSTED BY DJ QUINTON
6th Annual One love one Heart Reggae Festival
The Grace Jamaican Jerk Festival NY has the unique distinction of being “New York’s Biggest Caribbean Food Festival” delivering an enjoyable experience of the highest quality to patrons as well as a rewarding experience to sponsors. Held annually in Roy Wilkins Park, Queens, New York, the third Sunday in July, the Festival appeals to all ethnicities and key demographics, particularly the vibrant Caribbean communities in the Metro New York market. The 4th Annual Grace Jamaican Jerk Festival – New York will attract over 20,000 patrons on July 20, a mix of professional chefs and home cooks, eager taste-testers, reggae and soca music lovers, dance aficionados, and cultural enthusiasts in the most anticipated event of the year. Excite your pallet and explore spicy delicacies prepared through this age-old method of cooking, enjoy hot music and bask in the cool vibes of the Grace Jamaican Jerk Festival NY.
In concert, The Co-Billing Queens of Reggae: ETANA and QUEEN OMEGA with backing band. The only show in Holland and Belgium!! Pre-show by LEAH ROSIER & TWOROOTS BAND with special guest appearance by BLACK OMOLO! Support DJs: BLACK STAR SOUND and BACK-A-WALL MOVEMENT. The party goes on till 01:00! Timing: 19:30 DJ: BLACK STAR SOUND 20:00 Live on stage: LEAH ROSIER / BLACK OMOLO 21:00 Live on stage: QUEEN OMEGA & ETANA! 23:30 DJ: BLACK STAR SOUND & friends 01:00 End
Sounds Like: Bob Marley, Miriam Makeba, India Arie, Whitney Houston
Manager: Feemind Music
Bio: Reggae music has birthed yet another rarity- a spirited and soulful singer/songwriter in the eloquent and enchanting empress Etana!
In just one short year, Etana has been hailed as one of the burgeoning new and sensational sound in the roots Reggae era. This young woman, a small one at that, in ...See Full Bio
“Last Sunday caught the Billboard-charted musician Etana in high gear as she played for scores at the United Kingdom's flagship live music venue, The Wembley arena. The massive venue, which seats more than 12,000, has hosted historic events, including The Olympics, sold-out concerts for The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Madonna, Britney Spears and Beyoncé. This event, dubbed The One Love Peace Reggae Festival, inspired by Bob Marley's memorable 1978 concert in Kingston, also shares a similar purpose - the reduction of violence within inner-city communities. Etana shared the bill with other mainstream voices that promote non-violent music such as Shaggy, Sean Paul, Busta Rhymes, Abyssinians, Third World and John Holt.”