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Take a mid-week break and enjoy “island time” on Wednesday evenings this summer. Reggae bands take the stage as we cruise into the weekend. Leave the workday behind and let the smooth rhythms of the Caribbean carry you far away. More details coming soon. Reggae Wednesdays are part of the 2015 PNC Summer Music Series.
Anguilla carnival & boat racing July 30th-August 9th--10 days of cultural display, boatracing, mas & fete
Sounds Like: Machel Montano, Bob Marley, Capelton, Toots & the Maytals, Matisyahu
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Bio: A wise man once said “The roof, the roof, the roof is on fire. We don’t need not water" then the room lit up and so went the roof. It was an amazing and epic tragedy. No one was hurt but the crowd was sweating and on a musical high. This is what happens every time The All Star Jammerz are in the ...See Full Bio
“Entering the festival, I passed by the Off-Ramp Stage, which typically features the edgier bands in Columbus. At this point in time Churches Burn was playing but I preferred to get my bearings and do some people watching first. I eventually found myself at the Gazebo Stage, where jam bands hangout and there is dancing aplenty. Reggae band All-Star Jammerz was working the crowd extremely well, and they had several dedicated fans interspersed throughout the audience. I’m not too familiar with the Reggae genre but I found the dreadlock-flinging troupe to be enjoyable to watch. The sound mix was superb for a temporary set-up, too. My favorite part of this set was their cover of The Eurythmics’ “Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)” – probably the most unlikely candidate for a reggae jam band to pull off, but I must say they did it well.”