Even good times and irie vibes require some prep. So for next week's Miami Reggae Festival at Coconut Grove's Peacock Park, you just can't forget to pack these three things. 1. Two non-perishable food items, which (before 3 p.m.) can be traded for free admission to the fest. 2. One windproof butan ... More >>
Born in the wake of a Toots and the Maytals performance that didn't happen, the Miami Reggae Festival will celebrate its fourth edition on Saturday, November 23, at Coconut Grove's Peacock Park. The daylong event, as reggae fest founder Alfonso D'Niscio Brooks tells it, was launched after the poli ... More >>
In June, Jazid celebrates its 16th anniversary on South Beach. And with live music every damn night, this club has seen some of Miami's best bands get their start on its stage. Almost 14 years ago, Kulcha Shok Muzik collective founder Lance-O started hanging out at the laid-back SoBe party spot and ... More >>
Vibe out with Luciano and the Bayside Rocks fest.Almost exactly a year ago, local production company and activist organization ROCKAS MVMT summoned the righteousness of reggae and Jah's blessedness for the inaugural Bayside Rocks music festival, "a full day celebration of cultural awareness and c ... More >>
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Americans who still think of Latin music as mariachi bands and gyrating Ricky Martins and Shakiras might want to lend a closer ear to the genre. This country's Hispanic population isn't just growing, it's growing more diverse. More and more unique musical styles are being gobbled up, and that should ... More >>
Putumayo Presents: Latin Reggae (Putumayo)