Nine Mile Music Festival's 2013 Lineup: Three Marleys With 2 Chainz, Future, Six Others

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We gonna be jammin' all night.

On March 2, the Nine Mile Music Festival (formerly known on the streets as Marley Fest) will be returning to the sun-soaked sands of Virginia Key Beach Park for its second straight year.

Expect Jah, lots of Rastas, some blessed herb, irie vibes, and serious dreads -- not to mention reggae royals like Stephen, Damian, and Julian Marley alongside rappers 2 Chainz and Future, and six other righteous acts.

Check the cut for Nine Mile Music Festival's 2013 lineup.

See also:

-Concert Review: Nine Mile Music Festival 2012 With the Marleys, Capleton, and Burning Spear

-Livicated to Bob Marley: A Memorial Photo Tribute to the Reggae Legend

-Concert Review: Nine Mile Music Festival 2011 With Four Marleys, Major Lazer, and Others

Nine Mile Music Festival 2013 Lineup

-Stephen Marley

-Damian Marley

-Julian Marley

-2 Chainz




-Machel Montano

-Patrice Roberts



Nine Mile Music Festival 2013. Saturday, March 2. Virginia Key Beach Park , 4020 Virginia Beach Dr., Key Biscayne. The festival begins at 2 p.m. and tickets cost $52.83 to $173.74 plus fees via tickets.completeticketsolutions.com. Four canned goods are also required for admission. Call 305-655-5579 or visit 9milemusicfestival.com.

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