Miami Reggae Festival 4/30/11

Miami Reggae Festival
April 30th, 2011, 3:00pm
Peacock Park, Coconut Grove
2820 McFarlane Rd.
Coconut Grove, Miami, Fl 33133
rockazmvmt.com
Tickets are free but guests must register online or call the general hotline at (305) 763-4509.

On stage we will be presenting Luciano & The Jah Messenger Band, Puerto Rico’s Billboard Nominated #1 reggae band, Cultura Profetica, Warrior King, Bonnie Casey, Spam All Stars, Connis Vanterpool, Florida’s 2010 Grammy winners, Jahfe and more.

The Miami Reggae Festival will promote the humanitarian causes of local and national organizations. During the midst of Spring, this event will attract patrons on a local, national and global scale. Miami Reggae Festival is not only a music festival but a humanitarian effort to feed the hungry. We are asking our patrons to contribute to our Food Drive. This year our Food Drive will bene%1Ft Curley’s House, an organization whose mission is to improve the quality of life.
We ask for two cans of food for entrance. This is a day of Love, Unity and Peace.

Rockaz Mvmt Gives Back To Community With Free Miami Reggae Festival, A Food Drive Benefiting Curley’s House | Performances By Luciano & The Jah Messenger Band, Cultura Profetica, Warrior King, Bonnie Casey, Spam All Stars, Jahfe & More

Rockaz MVMT is proud to announce the Free Miami Reggae Festival, featuring an eclectic line up of international music genres. Over the course of the day, Rockaz MVMT will bring over 10,000 people to Peacock Park in Coconut Grove Miami. This highly anticipated cultural event was designed to cater to all genuine cultural expressions in a celebration of Peace, Love and Unity – building a positive spirit in our community. For admission we ask all patrons to bring 2 cans or more of non-perishable food items to feed the needy. Proceeds benefiting Curley’s House.

Artists performing include Luciano, Cultura Profetica, Warrior King, Bonnie Casey, Spam All Stars, Jahfe, Connis Vanterpool, Ephniko, Kulcha Shok Muzik, and more.

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