You do not want to miss the Newport Beach Jazz Festival at the prestigious Hyatt Regency Hotel in Newport Beach.
HYATT REGENCY NEWPORT BEACH
1107 Jamboree Rd. Newport Beach, CA 92660
You may get more info and purchase tickets here: http://www.festivals.hyattconcerts.com
Make sure you attend this eclectic soulful festival which spans over 9 days. You may purchase tickets or get more info here: http://www.nojazzfest.com
On the weekend of August 4-7, the non-profit Mateel Community Center will present the 32nd edition of one of the world’s iconic festival experiences, Reggae On The River. Set on the banks of the majestic Eel River and delivering the best in reggae and world music to the hills of Humboldt County, CA since 1984, the 2016 event will offer the next chapter in the ROTR legacy with global luminaries…
Sizzla Kalonji & The Fire House Band – KRANIUM & Agent Sasco – Anthony B – Protoje & The Indiggnation Band – Soul Syndicate Reunion featuring Mad Professor with Big Youth, Randy Valentine, Marty Dread, Earl Zero – Mbongwana Star – King Yellowman – Million Stylez – Jesse Royal – Fatoumata Diawara – Gappy Ranks – Sister Carol – Ziggi Recado – House Of Shem – Jah9 & The Dub Treatment – No Maddz – Keznamdi – Locos Por Juana – New Kingston – Mr. Williamz – Addis Pablo – Democratoz – Newen Afrobeat – Jah Sun – Lion D – Dubtonic Kru – Meleku – The I-Deals – Bayonics – 7th Generation Rise – The Dubba Dubs – The Overtakers – with more TBA- including DJs, soundsystems, and guest artists, plus the acoustic sounds of Jamaica’s The Overtakers to nice things up in the campground!
The event will also showcase more than 60 vending/ non-profit booths, a lively KidLandia, and the camping, community, and irie vibes that made Reggae On The River famous.
3 and 4-day tickets are available at http://www.reggaeontheriver.com- or go big with the Ambassador Pass to enjoy unprecedented perks and access for the ultimate festival experience! And while you’re at it, make plans to really do things in style with an RV. RV registration is open now and spaces are very limited, so don’t delay in making these arrangements.
Start planning your Reggae On The River pilgrimage today. It’s happening August 4-7 at French’s Camp, in Garberville, CA- heart of the Emerald Triangle- and your destination for a higher vibration!
The 24th Pan African Film Festival as usual boasted an interesting variety
of movies and documentaries from Africa and the Diaspora, mainstream as
well as independent. This festival is crucial in giving filmmakers and
actors from Africa and the Diaspora international exposure, especially
since it’s based in Los Angeles. The films featured annually play a key
role in informing the local masses about African History, cultures as well
as derived cultures in the Diaspora. The Black Experience is at the
forefront of the festival to keep the attendees informed about political
and social issues that affect Black Folks worldwide, so as to further
create or strengthen the bond between Africa and its diaspora. Through
documentaries such as “A Ferguson story” and “They don’t a give a damn”
which touch upon on the current state of racial relations and segregated
housing in America. As well as “Queen Nanny” which relates the story of the
powerful Jamaican national figure who helped keep her people free by
eluding and defeating the British Army in the treacherous mountains of
Jamaica. Other key movies such as “The Violin teacher” relate the
experience of a Black violin teacher, who in his own struggle of achieving
his musical dreams of being part of the Brazilian National orchestra,
helps impoverished children in the Favelas cope, strive and succeed through
learning music; Ayanda from South Africa showcases a talented cast of
actors and relates the struggle of a young girl striving to keep her
deceased father’s mechanic shop running, amidst corruption, heartbreaks and
The Pan African Film festival also featured African Art, clothing and craft
through local and international vendors who occupied the nearby Baldwin
Hills Crenshaw Plaza mall section. These vendors were able to showcase
their art via the fashion show which was accompanied by traditional African
drumming. The drumming by local artist Kwesi Williams provided a more authentic ambiance to the event.
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