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Nine Mile Music Festival's 2015 Lineup: Four Marleys, Soja, Five Others

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Every year, in honor of Bob Marley, his legacy, and the righteousness of reggae, Jah, and ganja, the Nine Mile Music Festival livicates a full day to steady jammin', doin' good, and smokin' that "herb," which Tuff Gong himself described as, "good for every-ting."

Once colloquially called Marley Fest, this annual Rasta get-together is also kinda like a family reunion. So naturally, the festival will again be headlined by sons of Bob and reggae stars Stephen "Ragga" Marley, Damian "Jr. Gong" Marley, and Julian "Juju" Marley.

But there's also gonna be the next generation, like son of Stephen, Jo Mersa Marley.

Check the cut for Nine Mile's lineup so far.

See also: Bob Marley: The Story of Selling Reggae's Biggest Star to "the White World"

Nine Mile Music Festival 2015's Lineup

-Stephen Marley

-Damian Marley

-Julian Marley

-Jo Mersa Marley

-Soja

-Capleton

-Tanya Stephens

-The Green

-Jesse Royal

-Iqulah

-And more to be announced

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Nine Mile Music Festival 2015. Saturday, February 14, 2015. Fair Expo Center, 10901 SW 24th St., Miami. The show starts at 12:30 p.m. and tickets cost $52.83 to $173.74 plus fees via tickets.completeticketsolutions.com. Four canned goods are also required for admission. Visit 9milemusicfestival.com.

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