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34th Annual Tribute to the Reggae LEGENDS/ BOB DAY 2 Day Reggae Festival ~SAT, FEB 14th ~ SUN, FEB 15th 2015 2015 LINE UP* SAT, FEB 14th CHRONIXX & ZINCFENCE REDEMPTION THE MIGHTY DIAMONDS SISTER CAROL TRISTON PALMER MICHAEL PALMER TONY TUFF LITTLE JOHN RANKING JOE ALIKA QUINTO SOL PIRACY CONSPIRACY SM FAMILIA SUN, FEB 15th DON CARLOS TWINKLE BROTHERS DELLA GRANT LUCIANO & IKRONIK PROTOJE & INDIGNATION GROUNDATION PATO BANTON MEETS MAD PROFESSOR ADMIRAL TIBET EARL ZERO & PURE ROOTS REVIVAL JAM KWEST SIMMERDOWN RIDDIM SECTION * ARTIST LINEUP & SCHEDULE SUBJECT TO CHANGE Tribute to the Reggae Legends Festival, formerly known as Bob Marley Day, has been an annual event in San Diego for 33 years now. The Annual Festival is one of Southern California’s Largest Reggae events. WorldBeat Productions has been the spearhead for bringing Reggae Music to San Diego with artists like Peter Tosh, Dennis Brown, Gregory Isaacs and many more. This year WorldBeat Productions has moved the festival to Balboa Park’s New Cultural Plaza for Balboa Park’s Centennial Celebration. The festival will feature a Kombucha and Roots Bar, dub yoga, two stages, dancehall parties, massage booths, juice bars, children’s art workshops, and Reggae Legends Hall of Fame Award Ceremony and Exhibit! Click Here for the Official Festival Site BUY TICKETS HERE... Ticket Prices Weekend Pass / 2 Day: $115.00 Day 1 - SAT, FEB 14th: $60.00 Day 2 - SUN, FEB 15th: $60.00 **THIS IS WORLDBEAT CULTURAL CENTER'S LARGEST FUNDRAISER OF THE YEAR. THIS ANNUAL EVENT WILL BE OUR 1ST FUNDRAISER OF 2015. THE MUCH NEEDED REVENUE FROM THIS EVENT SUPPORTS THE FOLLOWING NOT FOR PROFIT PROGRAMS: > CHILDREN'S OUTDOOR CLASSROOM & GARDEN > SUMMER & WINTER KIDS PERFORMING ARTS CAMP > ARTISTS IN SCHOOL / AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS > BALBOA PARK 5TH GRADE PROGRAM TICKET SALES GENERATED BY TRIBUTE TO THE LEGENDS 2015 HELP WORLDBEAT CENTER PROVIDE FREE EVENTS THROUGHOUT THE YEAR INCLUDING: > MARTIN LUTHER KING DAY > KWANZAA > MULTI CULTURAL EARTH DAY > INTERNATIONAL PEACE DAY > MARCUS GARVEY DAY YOUR TICKET PURCHASE WILL KEEP ALL OF THESE PROGRAMS GOING AND WILL CONTINUE THE WORLDBEAT CENTER'S MISSION IN SERVING ALL COMMUNITIES.
The Talented Jamaican Singer, Song Writer & The Talented musicians - CHRONIXX & THE ZINE FENCE REDEMPTION will be performing all their hits, LIVE in CONCERT. The Show will leave your soul feeling musically refreshed, satisfied and rewarded. This is not just a Reggae Show, it's REGGAE HISTORY in THE MAKING! THE DREAD & TERRIBLE TOUR 2014 @ O2 ACADEMY Sheffield, 37 - 43 Arundel Gate, S1 2 PN On Saturday 30th August 2014 Tickets £25 plus Booking Fee Available from the Sheffield O2 Academy box office on 0844 477 2000 Or from ticketweb.co.uk Doors Open @ 10pm - Show Time 12 Midnight For more info Join The Facebook Event Page - For Updates & Special Offers Chronixx UK Shows @ Sheffield 2014 Tickets will also be available from select local outlets throughout the region https://www.facebook.com/events/1519600148268282 THE ARTIST Son of reggae artist Chronicle, Jamaica's Chronixx got his start under the name Little Chronicle. Born Jamar Rolando McNaughton, Chronixx showed musical promise at a young age, prompting his father to bring his son into the studio where he would meet reggae singers like Gregory Isaacs and Burro Banton. He launched his own career in 2003 while still singing harmony with artists like Lutan Fyah. A string of singles in 2011 that included "Behind Curtain" and "African Heritage" helped put him on reggae's frontline, then in 2012, the mixtape Light a Fyah appeared, presented by Diplo under his Major Lazer alias. The singles "Tell Mi Now" and "Here Comes Trouble" both landed in 2013. WANT THE PRESS SAY! the Guardian Chronixx puts Rastafarianism back into Jamaican reggae http://www.theguardian.com/music/2013/oct/11/chronixx-roots-reggae BillboardBiz Is Chronixx Jamaican Reggae's Next Big Thing? Chris Blackwell, Diplo Think So http://www.billboard.com/biz/articles/news/global/5733093/is-chronixx-jamaican-reggaes-next-big-thing-chris-blackwell-diplo Websites: http://chronixxmusic.com/ https://www.facebook.com/chronixxmusic YOU TUBE INTERVIEWS – HOT 97 http://youtu.be/dv4eBWQHmi4 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iqDNXRO8RGE YOU TUBE CONCERTS REGGAE JAM FESTIVAL 2013 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hdPwxNiJJpE JAH LIVE – Concert https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GEysSyJN5-M DREAD & TERRIBLE - ALBUM HERE IS LATEST RELEASE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NJDMbKNCEbk FOR MORE INFORMTION EMAIL: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
Rototom Sunsplash is a large European reggae festival, it takes place every summer at Benicassim, a few miles north of Valencia in Spain. The festival imitates the traditional Jamaican Reggae Sunsplash and since 1994 calls from various European countries thousands of reggae passionated people, thanks to concerts of international musicians, often many Jamaicans.
www.reggaesumfest.com/ Montego Bay, Jamaica | July 13-19. Reggae Sumfest 2014 will be the 22nd annual staging of the festival www.reggaesumfest.com/
Sounds Like: Kabaka Pyramid, Kelissa's Music, Damian Marley, Protoje
Label: Zinc Fence Records
Bio: Chronixx was the 'stage' name his friends bestowed on him, replacing the name 'Little Chronicle' he was given as the 'junior' to his father, the artist Chronicle. A little star amongst his peers, he had shown a love for music and song writing from an early age. He was born October 10, 1992 and wa...See Full Bio
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“WITH anything put to a tune posing as music now a days, it is always refreshing to find an artiste whose heart can genuinely be found in every note, line and drum beat of the music. Enter Chronixx. Nineteen-year-old Jamar 'Chronixx' McNaughton is the youngest musical force about to hit Jamaica today. Chronixx, once known as 'Little Chronicle', is the son of local Reggae artiste, Chronicle, and grew up in the studio, learning first-hand from popular artistes like Burro Banton, Norris Man and the legendary Gregory Issacs. Now a rising force in the industry, Chronixx is a militant pioneer of Jamaica's newest genre of music which fuses culture, reggae, hip hip and spoken word poetry with Afrocentricism and Rastafari, dubbed 'rebel' music.”