Saturday, August 13, 2016

Event: “Reggae Fest kicks off on International Reggae Day 2016” and ENDS on Saturday, August 13, 2016 @ Bahama Breeze — Multiple Venues

For further info contact International Reggae Day Reggae Fest @ Bahama Breeze
Event: “Reggae Fest kicks off on International Reggae Day 2016” Friday, July 1, 2016 through Saturday, August 13, 2016 @ Bahama Breeze — Multiple Venues, Global Event; Event Details – For further information contact - Bahama Breeze Island Grill, Paramus-Bergen Town Center, 1600 Bergen Town Center, Paramus, NJ 07652; Website:  International Reggae Day Reggae Fest @ Bahama Breeze; Telephone: (201) 368-5860
Event Description: “This summer, you don't have to go all the way to the Islands to celebrate International Reggae Day on July 1st. Bahama Breeze's Reggae Fest, kicking off on International Reggae Day, will bring the "don't worry, be happy" attitude to life with the sounds, tastes, sights and vibes of Jamaica. From July 1st – August 13th, the night will take on a rhythm of its own as live music fills the air, while Jamaican food and drinks lift the spirits. Bahama Breeze will turn up the party every Saturday during Reggae Fest, featuring live bands in all 36 locations across the country. Jamaican Jerk Saturdays will feature the top Reggae talent in each city, every week, so that guests can enjoy the best live music of the islands all summer long. While dancing their cares away to the sounds of of the Caribbean, guests can also experience pop up rum punch bars, games, giveaways and more ...”Read more:
About International Reggae Day: “What do you think of when you hear 'Reggae'? Bob Marley most likely! He was the king of reggae music up to the '80s and is just as much loved today! Songs like 'Three Little Birds', 'No Woman No Cry' and 'One Love' are timeless! Not to mention his music also helped the spread of the Rastafarian movement! This International Reggae Day Festival is all about celebrating the power of reggae music in a relaxed atmosphere. The festival takes place every year in Kingston, Jamaica - and will consist of tons of musicians and reggae-lovers coming together. But before you break out the bright colours and log in to feel the vibrations on the day - you might like to know a bit of reggae history! Reggae music was a new genre that developed from R&B and Ska around the 1960s. Aside from artists like Bob Marley and Jimmy Cliff, reggae has also been sampled in other types of music. In The Beatles Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da a reggae rhythm is featured! To hear a great Beatles/Reggae cover, click here and jam along the rest of the article. There are different types of reggae too. Roots reggae, skinhead reggae and 'Dub' are all recognised. Heard of dub poetry? It's West Indian poetry being spoken over reggae beats. How cool is that?! ...”Read more:
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