The Miami Reggae Festival and its organizers, Rockers Movement, have partnered with the non-profit organization TECHO to raise funds, food and awareness for residents living in poverty. The November 23rd event held at Coconut Grove's Peacock Park will unify Miami's diverse community through music while donating a portion of all ticket proceeds plus food collected at the event to aid Dade County residents living in poverty.
Performing along with Tiken Jah Fakoly at the Miami Reggae Festival are:
Stephen Marley (Jamaica)
Tiken Jah Fakoly (Africa’s Ivory Coast)
Black Slate & Carroll Thompson from the United Kingdom
Carroll Thompson (United Kingdom)
Don One Musical Showcase (Jamaica)
Cornerstone Sounds (Cuba)
DJ Majestic (Trinidad & Tobago)
ABOUT MIAMI REGGAE FESTIVAL
Miami Reggae Festival is a family-friendly event featuring an artisan village of visual arts and handicrafts; various culinary vendors; an "Artecology Experience," offering interactive games for kids about sustainability, healthy living seminars and workshops, including AEROGA Yoga in the Park, meditation, and dance; plus drum sessions, a bike valet, and so much more.
Tickets for Miami Reggae Festival are currently on sale and can be purchased online and through various South Florida locations. General admission tickets are $45; VIP tickets are $75 and include access to a VIP lounge with private bathrooms. Kids 12 and younger are free when accompanied by a paid adult. In the spirit of unity and service, Miami Reggae Festival is offering free admission before 3 pm to all attendees who contribute two or more non-perishable food items. Miami Reggae Festival is made possible with the support of the Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs and the Cultural Affairs Council, the Miami Dade County Mayor and Board of County Commissioners.
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