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THE OFFICIAL CELEBRATION OF JAMAICAN CULTURE TO MARK 50 YEARS OF INDEPENDENCE PRESENTS


26 JULY DAMIAN JR.GONG MARLEY PLUS GUESTS STEPHEN MARLEY / JULIAN MARLEY WAYNE MARSHALL / CHRISTOPHER ELLIS BLACK AM I / JO MERSA


25 JULY LEE SCRATCH PERRY / JUNIOR MURVIN MAD PROFESSOR / RAS LAWI WITH REGGAE VIBES


28 JULY TAPPA ZUKIE / U-ROY / YELLOWMAN DENNIS ALCAPONE & WINSTON REEDY


29 JULY JAMAICAN LEGENDS BAND: ERNEST RANGLIN, SLY DUNBAR, ROBBIE SHAKESPEARE & MONTY ALEXANDER


31 JULY JOHN HOLT / MIGHTY DIAMONDS LEROY HEPTONES SIBBLES


1 AUGUST FREDDIE MCGREGOR / MARCIA GRIFFITHS MAXI PRIEST / JOHNNY OSBOURNE


30 JULY MUTABARUKA LIVE WITH THE LLOYD PARKS BAND THE ABYSSINIANS / JAH9 / BENJAMIN ZEPHANIAH


2 AUGUST TARRUS RILEY / GYPTIAN / NOMADZ / NATTY 3 AUGUST TOOTS & THE MAYTALS / JUNIOR TOOTS CHANTELLE ERNANDEZ / FOLLOWED BY SIR LLOYD COXSONE & FATMAN HI FI UNTIL LATE


4 AUGUST HORACE ANDY / JOHNNY CLARKE MICHAEL PROPHET WITH THE DUB ASANTE BAND FOLLOWED BY JAH SHAKA SOUND SYSTEM UNTIL LATE


5 AUGUST MORGAN HERITAGE / SHAGGY / RAGING FYAH 6 AUGUST JIMMY CLIFF & ONENESS / DERRICK MORGAN MAX ROMEO / GAYLADS / BOB ANDY FOLLOWED BY DAVID ‘RAM JAM’ RODIGAN UNTIL LATE


24 JULY – 22 OCTOBER AT THE BME MESSENGER: THE BOB MARLEY EXHIBITION 27 JULY – 6 AUGUST AT PROUD2 JAMAICAN COMEDY PRESENTED BY OLD JAMAICA GINGER BEER LLOYD PARKS & WE THE PEOPLE BAND SUPPORT SELECTED PERFORMANCESLINE UP SUBJECT TO CHANGE. SEE WEBSITE LISTINGS FOR FULL & CURRENT DETAILS


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