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South Street

South Street

Alternative / Rock / Reggae Charleston, SC  US
Universal (Late For Tomorrow Single)
Universal (Late For Tomorrow Single)
What Great Timing
What Great Timing
Tempest
Tempest
Flip It (ft. Jeremy Anderson)
Flip It (ft. Jeremy Anderson)
This World
This World

Videos

South Street - "Late For Tomorrow" Promo Video

Shows

  • Sat

    Nov 22

    Charlotte, NC, US | 6:00pm

    Give Thanks Festival

  • Sat

    Sep 27

    Charleston, SC, US | 12:00pm

    TREEFEST @ Brick House Kitchen, Charleston SC. Special Vendors TBA

  • Fri

    Sep 26

    Winston-Salem, NC, US | 8:00pm
  • Fri

    Aug 22

    Vienna, VA, US | 7:30pm
  • Fri

    Aug 1

    Tamassee, SC, US | 6:00pm

    The idea for the Irie Vibes Music Festival came about late in 2012, in part due to the lack of East Coast reggae outlets. There are so many great reggae-based bands on the East and we hope to expose fans to these amazing musicians that exude notions of positivity and social responsibility. This is a fully grassroots festival and all organizers are volunteering their time and resources to make this festival a great experience. The first annual Irie Vibes Music Festival was created by a small group of individuals and held August 2nd-4th, 2013 in Gruetli-Laager, TN. With the goal of bringing bands, musicians, family, friends, and fans together in an encouraging environment, the festival was extremely successful. We expect even more success in 2014 in Tamassee, SC. Members of Sun-Dried Vibes, the band hosting the festival and whose song became the name of the event, are working hard along with volunteers to bring this festival to fruition! “Our mission as a band has been to create a family of like-minded musicians and fans. Conscious and positive music is on the rise and people in this world want to see a change. We are a part of that movement and it’s our duty to put it in motion. This is our effort to bring all the folks we have encountered over the years and put all our collective energies together to spread the One Love Movement.” - Zach Fowler of Sun-Dried Vibes Our sponsors thus far include Gaiatecture, a company concentrated on sustainable building practices. With the ambition of creating a socially and environmentally responsible festival, we believe that we will have a unique opportunity to bring an amazing community together!

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  • Bullets Benign (BB'9) (Artist)
    Bullets Benign (BB'9)
    Dude, you guys are good.
  • tragman (Artist)
    tragman
    good music keep rockin
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Members

Dexter Jenks

Vocals

JR Spencer

Guitar

Sam Roberts

Drums

About

Sounds Like: Red Hot Chili Peppers, Sublime, Phish, The Who

Bio: A high energy mixture of rock, funk, reggae and punk fuel this Charleston based four piece. Since 2011 they have toured the southeast region, sharing the stage with acts such as The Expendables, The Movement, The Green, Passafire, Fear Nuttin Band, and Pacific Dub. Their first full length album, ...See Full Bio

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  • Song Plays 5,961
  • Video Plays 577
  • Total Fans 2,294
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