The biggest Reggae & Ska Festival in SWFL Ever! 20+ bands, 11+ Hours of non-stop music on 4 stages! And all that for only 10 bucks! Less than 50 cents per band! Less than $1.00 per hour! Featuring: Ky-Mani Marley Plus: Spred The Dub - Ft. Lauderdale Ky-Enie King - New York City Mixed Culture - Ft. Lauderdale Bum Lucky - Dallas Jah Movement - Sarasota Roots Almighty - Naples Jammin G's - Fort Myers No Need - Tampa Simple Jack - Fort Myers Mr.Traffic - Naples The Freecoasters - Fort Myers The Jewmacians - Cape Coral Bargin Bin Heros - Fort Myers Nostaljah - Cape Coral Seventh Chapter Fort Myers PLUS MORE BEING BOOKED SOON! This will be your ONLY chance to ever see some of these bands live in SWFL. Tickets are only $10.00 in advance and $15.00 at the gate. VIP tickets are $30.00 and include food, 2 drinks, VIP access, Meet-and Greet, Autographs, and Front Row for the concert! This is an all-ages event. Bring the family! 18-and-under must be accompanied by a parent and they are admitted FREE with a paying parent. Get tickets here: http://capecoralreggaefest.eventbrite.com/
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Mixed culture @ negril on the green https://www.facebook.com/NegrilOnTheGreen
Sounds Like: Dennis Brown, Bob Marley, Garnet Silk, NONPALIDECE, Los Cafres
Mixed Culture doesn't sugarcoat its message of making the world a better place through hard work. But what the Hollywood-based band lacks in sweet poppy beats, it more than makes up for with plenty of sweat-fueled reggae rhythms and bilingual streams
Mixed Culture is a Roots Reggae ensemble firs...See Full Bio
“even-piece roots-reggae ensemble Mixed Culture is rolling the dice on South Florida and its support of roots reggae. The local island rhythm collective, based out of Hollywood, is taking a leap of faith and fronting the bill to bring down conscious dancehall sensation Lutan Fyah to Fort Lauderdale. It is a huge gamble, but the symphonic reggae troupe is eager to grow South Florida’s reggae scene at any cost. Lutan Fyah’s empowering riddim, chock-full of inspiring verses of unity and love, has caught fire in Jamaica, New York, and the West Coast; Mixed Culture hopes Lutan Fyah’s positive message will receive as good a reception down here. Conscious dancehall acts don’t come around our parts too often, but Mixed Culture hopes to change all that. So, reggae fans, come out in force and support Lutan Fyah — Mixed Culture is counting on it… literally.”