Long Beach Reggae Island Music Festival - Saturday, July 15, 2017

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Long Beach Reggae Island Music Festival is the Ultimate Reggae Summer Jam and Cultural Experience.

One elevated performing stage featuring some of the best reggae bands and artists in the industry that includes Sammy J, Tomorrows Bad Seed, The Expanders, Tenelle, and E.N Young.

This Festival brings together Diverse and Authentic living traditions from different islands around the U.S. Attendees will have the chance to experience and enjoy the beautiful Long Beach Shoreline Aquatic Park/Light House outdoor venue.


Music. Food. Beer Garden. Games. Vendors. Arts & Crafts.

Entertainment by: The Dancing Fire Team
-Fire weilding and breathing performers
-Battle Drum dances
-War Cries with live crowd interactions
- Hula Dancers + More

-Adult Games include (Limbo, Giant Beer Pong, Giant Jenga, Giant Connect 4 + More)

- Kids Zone: Jumpers, Face Painting, kids games, Arts & Craft, Kids dance classes and more.

Parking: Available at the Pike & surrounding areas.

Address: Shoreline Aquatic Park / Light House is located at 200 Aquarium Way in Long Beach, Ca 90802

Pre-sale tickets are now live!

Ticketing by Eventbrite.

Ticket Link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/reggae-island-music-festival-a-cultural-experience-tickets-34556529510

(Police Officers and Security will be in attendance)

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